Jed Pee Nong Hotel
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... to another cocktail. "Yes Madam", said the stunned waitress.
The waitress obviously revived the mixologist as after a short break she returned with another impressive cocktail called Red Sky, a concoction made with vodka, Grand Marnier, fresh lime, cranberry and flambeed orange peel with a fruity liqueur foam topping.
Video Girl looked at the cocktail then looked at me. "You know I can only drink one drink".
I said, "It's okay, we're ...
... big hotels. Guard on the gates as you drive in. Again on our stop there was only 1 family on the whole beach. There was what looked like cabins for hire, a bit like a retreat place that schools can go, like that airforce beach complex down at Evans Head. I actually saw what looked like a group of school kids being taken down to the beach by monks for class. Lovely tree lined beaches, no one around. There was a cafe/restaurant off the beach. Saw a couple of ...
... kite surfing etc. we stopped for a drink half way and watched it all happening. Cycle home and looked at the Cicada market setting up again, music warming up while we had a lovely swim in the warm pool. As they played " it's all about the money, money, money", R . Remembered the MONEY in his trunks pocket, by now quite wet. Haha. Money ...
... we dropped anything in this room it would go straight through the floorboards into the sea! Still the next morning we found a lovely place, very clean and pretty, on a lovely pier over the sea.
We spent our first morning there wandering round Hua Hin. We went to a lovely silk exhibition and shop, before heading towards the palace - the kings holiday home - only to find out its now shut to tourists. We then saw the station, which was a beautiful old building, ...
... s been great seeing some of the primates in quarantine improve. Nan Jai, a macaque who moved there a few weeks ago, barely ate at first and it's been amazing watching her become more confident. A lovely gibbon who had been treated for cancer was taken back to her mate and baby and released into the wild. Noi Na, a beautiful baby gibbon, has moved in there recently and I love to see her. I love enriching them too. They love their ice cube enrichments - we'll make ...