Long Beach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... some small restaurants and souvenir shops. And I just stood in awe of the lush green that covered the mountains and the blue that was the water.
Nothing can describe how the ocean truly makes me feel...
We decided on joining some of our group and took a boat ride straight to the entrance of the park, while the other half opted for a 15 minute hike along the mountain towards the entrance.
I didn't think I could be shocked anymore by the beauty of ...
... combing now we have a market to visit. Now you may wonder why we are getting so excited about a market we have seen more than a few since we started our travels. This one is famous for.... Ultra fabulous seafood. We walk up and down admiring the amazing lobsters, scallops and fish on offer and settle on a place. We order grilled seasoned scallops to start 10 bad boys cooked to perfection on the charcoal grill and covered in ...
... from the shore. I fully understand why in 1921 King Prajadhipok (Rama VII) liked the place so much he built his summer palace here. The palace was called Wang Klai Kang Won, (Far from Worries Palace). Until 2006 the palace has been the fully time residence of His Majesty the King of Thailand but was forced back to Bangkok due to ill health. On 2 August 2013 (2556 Thai calendar) the King returned to Hua Hin.
Our waitress returned to our table and ...
... very strong riders who definitely pushed the lead pack out average 38km/hr, but there was plenty of us in the middle and back packs to even out the spread.
Feeling a little sore (butt is killing!) and ankle is a little sore from clipping out, other than that all is well so far and now getting ready for a much larger day tomorrow of about 120km. Already we are comparing our tan lines after such a hot day, ...
... on the part of the trainer; to make it easier for the trainers, their families live right on the compound with them, so they can always be nearby. It is a labor of love, one the Thais find very acceptable as a good job.
Before we left, I walked back over to Grandma with two pineapples I had saved just for her. The last I saw of her she was chewing those pineapples and patiently waiting for her next treat.