Imperial Hua Hin Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Usual day at Palapon. The morning interval training is tough but the other sessions were really good. Two Australian women have arrived at the camp (Robin and Kate). Went to speak to the tailor with Anya and Robin then went for a Thai massage after (the hardest massage I've had ...
... good and all the vocals were amazing we loved listening to them. The owner Darren who was Australian was a really nice guy, he was a biker and they had there group of local bikers group called Sons of Kane that were in there all the time but they still made us feel very welcome and Darren even invited Jamie our to ride with them which they did every Wednesday. Jamie didn't as he thought he'd look a bit silly on his moped whilst they all on these wicked bikes. We had ...
... around the pool. I had a
lovely relaxing massage. We were
collected at 7pm after the key was broken in the door and had a selection of
deep fried mackerel, curry squid, pork, tom yum with fish, rice and vegies
served over fish. The main vegie was
gourd. Singha beer.
Back to hotel and have just been treated
with hot milk delivered to our door.
Alarm set for 6.45 get up.
... butter to make your heart stop. Then they mix the banana slices in a container with an egg, toss it on the pancake, and flip up the sides like an envelope. Drain the oil, cut it in squares, and top it with sweetened condensed milk and chocolate. Ah drool. They are sooo good, and usually around $1. I've had too many for my own good. Between that, all the carbs in the noodles and rice, and thai iced tea, no wonder why I'm getting a little squishier ...
... the middle of the road, hell let's go in the wrong lane for fun and only go back into the right one when a car is at your windsheild. Ah yes, the joy of Thai drivers. It was insane to see bright yellow tuk tuks, and pictures of the king almost every ten yards. They really are possibly the most patriotic country I've ever come across. Hmm, that makes me sound like a seasoned traveller...really really not. Every time they cross a temple or a portrait of the king, gone our the hands on ...