Dune Hua Hin
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... been apart, We were joking and laughing and had a great time together. She's a lovely girl and has such a beautiful nature. It was almost like i stopped backpacking for a while and just settled into everyday life. We spent every waking moment together, and while I am a lone traveller at heart, it was nice to have the company. It adds a new twist when re-visiting attractions you've seen before when you have someone else to share the experience with. The beach, as you will ...
... what she is doing. She is disturbing the sand and the little shellfish that live there get drawn to the surface, the waves wash the disturbed sand away and she catches them in a net. She shows us her latest catch and it is very big and very pretty. We watch for a little while and make our way along the shore. There aren't many bars, cafés and restaurants here, in fact just one restaurant and a few small hotels which keeps ...
... Cha-Am Beach front consists of a wide boulevard stretching for approximately 5 kilometres with a row of shops on one side and on the opposite side a shady treed area leading to a wide uncluttered beach covered in fine white sand dotted every hundred metres with a pile of sun lounges and deck chairs stacked ten high. Although it is hot there are very few people on the beach. Most of the activity is happening on the road with scooter-riding waiters and waitresses zipping from point ...
... warmer than previous days but still nice. meandering our way through streets lined with colourful bougainvillia's, it was very serene. A photo would have been great but we were all keen to keep moving as we had a long day ahead.
I had an issue with my cleat on my shoe this morning.. I found this out after I tried to ride up a hill and the shoe came out of the pedal, putting my heel through the front spokes! Fortunately we fixed that at the next water stop.
... were donating them all to the elephants. Each of us contributed at least 100 Baht, about $3; some gave more. That amount equaled a lot of pineapples! The back of the truck was almost full.
If I figure out how to post photos here I know I took some really good ones of both the pineapple plantation and the elephant preserve. But for now I will paint verbal pictures.
Once the back of the pickup ...