Beach Garden Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBeach Garden Hotel Cha-am
Your average three star resort. Ben and I stayed in a room facing the large pool.
It is located on the beach and located in a private area in between Cha-am and Hua Hin.
The food was decent here and same with the service.
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Ben and I spent Monday to Friday here at the Beach Garden Resort with G.E.C (Global English Consultancy). We facilitated English Camps all week.
I titled this blog entry, Working Holiday, because it was one.
We had two very large groups of students (200+ each group) over the course of 4 days.
These students are enrolled in an …
Blog post by ~Emma~ My favourite part of the elephant sanctuary was.... all of it! The first thing we did was go for an elephant ride. I was really nervous at first because the elephant was so tall, but it ended up being really fun! Our mahout (trainer) started playing on his phone and Madeline's and dad's got off and then got back on later! The next thing we did ...
... My only complaint is that this should have been communicated prior, since many students had the proper closes at home but had not been told to bing them.
The kite lessons were really good and I had a really good instructor. In fact I had 2. There was a Polish guy that was shadowing and learning the ropes as a new employee there. He was very friendly and very helpful.
There is some time on the beach setting up the kite and talking about hazards and wind. I realize ...
... their food. Paul even climb up onto their platform to sweep and hide fruit there. We also had to scatter dog food around for them to go find.
5:00 pm - Waste Management
Paul and I decided to do this and we took out the trash from Food House 1 outside the front gates so that the local cows and stray dogs eat the remains.
After that we had to get ready as we had scheduled a taxi with others to go into Cha Am, the local town and check out their ...
... locals as 'Khao Nang Non’ or 'Khao Nang Phanthurat’. The topography of the forest park features limestone mountains surrounded by mixed deciduous forest and dry evergreen forest. Lying in the north-south direction, the beauty of the immense mountains can be seen from the highway. The range looks very much like a sleeping female giant (Nang Phanthurat)."
Lunch was meant to be at a restaurant in the park, which had closed ...