Dune Hua Hin
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Another good day on the camp, though the run was tough in the morning. A new person arrived today, Susan (from Holland). Mum and Pete visited Dad and Ann today so I skyped with them after the boxing and discussed dates and transport options for the trip to France when I'm back. Watched a movie before bed ('Master and ...
I hate how my memory totally fails me sometimes, forgetting how terrible bus journeys make me feel in any country on any type of bus, be it first class or cattle class, is an epic fail, I tell you. Anyone that had the pleasure of my company on the 1990 European Band Tour will remember how I managed to puke everywhere before being even out of Ayrshire! Needless to say the supposed two and a half hour bus journey to Hua Hin were not my finest of hours. The bus was air conditioned and the ...
... the fishing boats.
In total a warm up ride of 60kms.
We travelled by Mr Sit’s bus because the
roads were busy 3 lane highways either side of our accommodation. Took about 50 mins.
Huan Hin at the Escape Resort and spa. A cute, little more traditional Thai place that has been well renovated and
maintained. It is set among large
hotels. We had most of the afternoon ...
... run Aree's House provides a nice room for us, despite the snotty owner. Must be French-Swiss (sorry Jackie). But it's conveniently located between the waterfront and the night market. Due to poor weather, we don't see much of the waterfront, but the night market provides the most entertainment while we're here. The food on offer is excellent. There's maybe 10-15 restaurants in the market, all with their kitchens on the street. Full BBQs and frying stations setup amongst huge ...
... with a heap of straws, all for £2.50!
After having enough of tourist luxury we decided to go out get back out into some real Thailand and had a very long day of travelling to get from Ko Samet to Petchaburi, our next destination. We had to get a boat to the mainland, a share taxi to the bus station, a bus to Pattaya, another bus to Bangkok, a skytrain to the underground, an underground trip to the train station and a train to Petchaburi! We ...