Nern Chalet Beachfront Hotel
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A very frantic start to the morning, checking out if the hotel took a long time and then lots of taxi 'arrangers' trying to rip us off meant by the time we had agreed a price on a taxi we had 25 minutes to get across Bangkok to the train station. Every road was jammed and I had resigned myself to missing the train, we ran from the taxi and the green flag was up for the train to go ...
... rocks, using a hand pick to collect small oysters! Although I'd take a lot of pictures of HuaHin before, this was a nice sight to photograph.
After checking out of the first hotel as the last room they had left was very small, I found a room at Fat Cat's. The room was huge and had a sea view, for £12.50! I've got used to Thai prices, think I'm going to struggle when I go back to the UK. In ...
... But was an achievement. After training I was in the pool all day. Boiling hot it was and has been all week. 5 of us went for a meal that night. Felt exhausted actually. Saturday morning did not train as my body was still sore. Me and travis (my pal from the states) headed back to hua hin to stay the night! My place cost £20. It was great for the price. Big clean bright room, balcony, king size bed, air con, nice big bathroom and a safe! Trav stayed down the road ...
... I still prefer having a fridge.
Saturday was our first day without
class, so we all went to monkey mountain. I think it is the same
place I have been before, but this time the monkeys were a lot more
crazy. People would by buckets of food and at least one hundred
monkeys would immediately come surround them. You just have to throw
the food on the ground and then they all swarm ...
So after we got our gear we hit the road. It wasn’t easy to get into or out of the massive car-park which is Bangkok. Not so bad getting in but the traffic was starting to congeal as we left. The old problems came back with the KTM. Even with a clean bill of health it’s running poorly and the engine feels choked. He says it only does it with the topbox and panniers on, I still think it’s the heat of being stuck in ...