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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Today we went to the Wat Huay Mongkol temple, it wasn't too far away by taxi so that was handy.
The Wat Huay Mongkol temple is famous for its enormous statue of one of Thailand's most famous monks, named Luang Phor Thuad – I had read about the statue but didn’t really know what to expect, when you get there though you really do appreciate just how huge this statue is. We forgot it was a Sunday and so it was quite busy ...
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 ...
... other seemingly not so successful. As we head along the beach we notice there are fewer ghost crabs and hermit crabs, and luckily for me there is no sign of supercrab waiting to attack my toes. We are also starting to see some jet skis, banana boat type things and lots and lots of windsurfers and kite surfers.
There are more resort hotels as we get closer to town, but still a shortage of bars, cafés and restaurants ...
... 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. ...
... we provided the Samsong, they got ice and coke and glasses from the beach bar.
There is a dog at our resort and two cats - one of which must have been taken early from its mum as it will lay on your lap and suckle on your arm leaving great big slobbery patches. The dog is a dog with a mission - to protect both the resort and its' patrons. It's an alsation cross cut off at the knees. So, not so hot on the looks but boy does he know and do his duties. He sees us safely ...