Imperial Hua Hin Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were names of women who must have won the title in different years. It was a little bizarre.... We had to take two trains to get to Hua Hin. The first train was 10 hours to Bangkok. It had air conditioning which was good but it wasn't exactly what we were expecting as far as "niceness". It was old looking, kinda vintage I guess. We thought there would be a dining car from reviews we had read about train travel but were told just before boarding by a man ...
... created from a sink whole meaning that there is a huge whole in the roof that allows the most amazing shafts of sunlight to filter down creating atmospheric lighting for this strange place. It has trees, stalactites, stalagmites, monk and of course a temple, very peaceful surroundings and very cool which is a blessing as it is quite a hike to get there, especially in flip flops. The beach is lovely, the cleanest I've seen and if you are tired after your hike like us you can take a ...
... rooftop bars) have magnificent 'city scape' views which are impressive to say the least. Also played night golf on a famous course (designed by Nick Faldo) - never played in that kind of heat and played a terrible round but enjoyed the novelty none the less!
Have now just arrived in Hua Hin, a beach resort 5 hrs on the train south if Bangkok... Looking forward to seeing the beech tomorrow and taking my first swim in the sea!
Will be moving ...
... coffee. We had passed a few nice street vendors and so this evening went back to one of them for some really spicy Thai green soup and stir fried chicken red curry with sticky rice. By the end, my eyes were burning, Katherines mouth was on fire and the 2 chang's had been drunk way to quickly. After some local ice cream, that was a day for us! Our plan tomorrow is to explore some off the beaten track beaches and temples and to organise our next 4/5 weeks! Dan and Katherine ...
... become the norm! We also clean out the remaints of bannana trees which sometimes is a bit tedious as all the plant sticks together, and it takes about 3 barrowfulls to fully get rid of the stuff. I've already talked about my crazy machete skills, but yeah, we cut up these massive trees (I always wimp out and take the tiniest ones because, well, I'm not as hulk like as I first thought) and then chuck em over the fence and watch the elephants tuck in to thier first meal of many that ...