Huahin Grand Hotel & Plaza
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... all took one step back and bowed.
Video Girl briefly examined the drink and said, "It looks nice". She then took the glass and placed it to her lips and in one head jerking motion the drink was gone.
At this time I looked across to the bar where the mixologist had turned pasty, his eyes rolled back in his head and he collapsed behind the bar.
"That was tasty I think I'll have another one. No, I'll have one of those", she ...
I had been told about a couple things to see down the coast, south, heading down towards Kho Samui. I had arranged a car and driver to take me down the coast. I saw an interesting use of timber branches as replacement for aluminum scaffolding. See pix. The first stop was only 8 km down the coast, a very quiet secluded beach, Suan Son Pradipath. One of the reasons it is so quiet and not over run is that the beach is owned by army is actually on an army base. So no ...
... I have really missed the 9am pool scrubs, which are good fun and often turn into water fights.
But I do love the animals I see on a daily basis. Blue the macaw likes to steal my hairband and throw it on the floor. Randy makes funny faces and hops around on the floor when he's feeling playful. The biting doesn't hurt when he's in a playful mood, but he can really hurt you when he wants to. The lovebird and budgie are unbelievably cute, as are the otters, ...
After a super breakfast our first day in Hua Hin began with a short stroll to find a tuk tuk and negotiate a deal for the day.........found one!!!......there are only about 10000 of them!!.......Driver Danay.........900Baht.......the tuk tuk was all decked out in West Coast Eagles colours so paid him an extra 100Baht!!.......it was the most magnificent day with sunshine and even a cooling sea ...
... a human, and if they are angry, can rip out your jugular with their long teeth!! Thankfully they went straight back into their field once the Thai keeper came along. Another event at the Centre was one of our Leopard Cats went missing. I was in charge of feeding Nocturnals the night before, so was quite distressed it could have been let out because of me. Emma assured me it was not my fault...and ...