Six Senses Hua Hin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... taxi to your hotel. I used google maps on my phone and just walked to my hotel about 7 minutes away from where they dropped me off.
I went to Hua Hin for the long weekend for the kings birthday so I had an extra day to relax and see Thailand. This is where the King lives.
I was quite impressed with my hotel (Sofia Hotel). Location was great. Close to the beach, night life, market, and everything I needed. It was 30 minute walk down the beach to the KBA Kite ...
... incessantly at the side of a road on a burner throwing bits of this and that in to create the most amazing food. The flames whipped round the side of the wok as the scooters and cars zipped past the chef's behind, taking health and safety at work to a whole new level. Quite a few beggars here all of whom had very obvious disabilities, very different to the people we see in Ayr begging, still very sad and made me wonder again about the provision for those less fortunate. Ordering my ...
... tomorrow night so that's what I did, got the hotel shuttle to the market and wandered round, got some bracelets and an elephant keying for Emily then got dinner from a stall, noodles to take away then walked up the road a bit before getting a tuktuk back to the hotel where I ate my dinner with two spoons, hehe, pretty impressed with myself though! Thailand scares me a little but I done that all by myself and means I can relax tomorrow night now ...
... bearable. The washroom is outside attached to the porch and has no air conditioning. As beautiful as it is, we only go out to the bathroom when we have to. Bangkok is very, very hot.
We’ve visited several temples, including one which contains a very large statue of a reclining Buddha. Apparently at the stage Buddha is depicted by this monument, he’s reclining because he previously reached enlightenment – a state for which we all should seek. ...
... All of the volunteers came together to help, even the wildlife ones which was deeply humbling but brought the scary reality of it all too. The strongest of us helped push June (so not me) after a crane was attached to her body which was tough to watch. The determination and fear in some people's eyes was saddening and a few of us started crying as June let out the most god awful pained noises. Still, they did a great job and managed to get her back on all fours and after a rest and ...