Narawan Hotel Hua Hin
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... 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 ...
... mainly Thai people. It has a big seating area, with food stalls in a circle around the outside, giving you the option to eat from around 30 different stands. Great to see how night markets are a very social activity in Thailand. I enjoyed viewing what was being cooked and bought some delicious BBQ squid.
... my lack of flexibility - something I need to work on, My cardio was ***** but got better. I improved every session I did. I held my own and was pleased with my performance in the end for both MMA and Muay Thai. My hands ie punching is solid and comes natural to me. Its great whacking the pads with the trainers. I have some power but carrying heavy muscle can cause tiredness early. Outside of training, I did get bored and humpy with little ...
... with the 7km hua Hin stretch and then have a look at Khao Taliban beach, you have to go over monkey mountain to reach this. The hill has a temple at the top and I had wanted to see it but after reaching the foot of the hill and taking some distant photos I couldn't work out how to get up further and the locals were demanding money from me to feed a load of cats so I left it! Instead after doing the first 7k walk along the beach dodging the hundreds of jelly fish ...
... much harder work on the thighs! The beach is also very busy so you have to weave your kite in between all the others using the same stretch of beach. There was probably about forty kites on the part of the beach we were on compared to the maximum of about eight kites in Koh Pha Ngan. It took a bit of getting used to but thankfully there was no nasty kite tangling accidents so all was good.
When I got out of the water and started to pack up, Lucy spotted ...