Jed Pee Nong Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... on a hill, with a large sculpture of a crocodile at the top. The views here are stunning. Close by is Panburi forest park. This is free entry and has a couple of attractions in the form of a nature trail, a beach and a boardwalk around some mangroves. It's a great walk with some amazing scenery. In the wet season you can also hire a longtail boat and see the mangroves from a different perspective. At Panburi beach we had a swim and basked in the sunshine. We also visited ...
... place indeed as the king of Thailand has a palace here and if it is good enough for the king, well we are willing to give it a go. We are in a minivan today which is how we got round much of Thailand on our last visit many years ago. We are jammed in and have to buy a seat for the bags, and of course no bus type trip would be complete without a monk on board, this one gets the prize seat in the front.
The journey is ...
After another day lounging around the pool we thought it was time to venture beyond the walls of Hotel de la Paix, which is difficult as the resort lives up to its name, being a sanctuary of peace. Along with six other hotel guests we boarded the shuttle and began our 27 kilometre journey to Hua Hin.
Readers of this blog may be detecting a common thread to my blog entries when it comes to Thai transport but it must be said currently there are no Thai ...
... doing about 35km/hr as we rode past scores of prawn farms. My left wrist was ultra sore from my earlier crash and it played on my mind as a rode up the highway, albeit the legs still peddling like someone possessed.. i spared a thought for my beautiful little girl Zoe, who fell off her scooter only a day ago and grazed the back of her leg real bad. In true spirit, apparently she brushed it off and got back on the scooter. So this afternoon I decided I would ride for her and the spirit ...
... to visit him or give him pineapples. I asked one of the people there if they would take any of our pineapples to him; he said they would, but it looked like the whole pile of pineapples was being given to the animals closer by.
Some of the other eight elephants were kept near each other; a few had boxes where people could ride high on top. It was too hot a day for me to want to do this, plus I ...