Long Beach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and mainly rain forests with rich flora and fauna. The highest elevation is a peak along the Burmese border at around 1500 meters, the second highest peak is Khao Phanoen Thung at 1,207 meters which is accessible by an overnight trekking from Phonoen Thung Camp Site.Access to the main forest area of the park is limited to two roads, the road beyond Dan Khao Sam ...
... The sea water is roasting, as warm as a bath, I didn't want to get out. So we left Hau Hin by train, this time travelling in 3rd class, much to Lullah's disgust! No need for windows or doors, experiencing the outdoors-indoors! The four hour journey cost us £2 in total, I never knew so many people could fit in such a confined place, just as you thought no one else could possibly fit on board, a few more would squeeze in. Despite the 'cosy' conditions it was way better than that bus ...
... wages for the day by 5am, jammy sod. Arriving on the other side we got a bus and a taxi and dropped at our hostel which proved a difficult find, unfortunately not too difficult. Could have done with leaving that place a complete mystery. We couldn't check in so decided to leave our bags and go explore. We bought our train tickets for the trip to Penang and then saw a sign for the caves, can't be too strenuous we thought. We had decided to climb Everest. In heels. To a temple. In ...
... did some exercise by the sea front. Since being away I have tried to do regular skipping, runs along the beach and use hotel gyms when available. Trying to balance out all those Leo beers!
The weekend in Thailand was the Queen's birthday, and as the Queen is seen as the Mother of the nation, it was also Mothers Day on Monday 12th August, a Thai public holiday. The King and Queen were in HuaHin when I ...
... part the food is pretty delicious at the street
vendors if it just came out of the wok or fryer. It was kind of
worrisome at first because I realized that a lot of the time their
food (fish especially) just sit out all day for people to see it and
buy it. But everyone who wants to buy fish just buys it that way and
they don't worry about it being refrigerated. It seems to work here,