Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
... been spoiled by being fed by tourists. Not these ... On the way back home, we stopped at the Hua Hin train station. It's just beautiful! Red and yellow with strange topiaries here and there. The narrow gage train came in the station while we were there. An official came out of the office to ring a highly-polished bronze bell to announce the arrival. People swarmed the cars, with girls throwing huge bundles in thru ...
... surprisingly mountainous and I dozed a fair bit so it went quick. I think I must be better at long distance travelling now, plus the brand new coach had reclining leather seats, DVD player, toilet, free snack + water and even a free lunch voucher for the stop
My friend had rented a very nice 2 bed apartment, near Khao Takiab, ...
I have been
hanging out here a couple of days and will book a few more nights. HuaHin is a
great little place with very small soi’s (streets) and great beaches, no wonder
it’s the Kings choice for his holiday residence. If it’s good enough for the
King then it’s good for me.
here at Jings have helped me locate a good place to service the bike and have
given me hints of ...
... and lobby area etc. Although when we were taken down to our room it was evident that we had been put in the older part of the hotel as things started to look a lot more tatty and tired, not that it bothered us too much as we only use the room to sleep and shower. The one main downside to the hotel was that it was about 10/15 mins drive outside of Hua Hin so you have to rely on the shuttle bus to get you in, which was a bit of a pain as it ...
... friends with some really amazing Ozzies and people started being a little more friendly. As soon as I arrived, we were allowed to get stuck in, after all, this is what we were here to do. We were put with a lovely jordie, and then helped feed June, an elephant that had collapsed and so was contained to a sort of metal barred box (that sounds more horrific than it actually was) which was sad to see, as she was sort of dejected and hadn't much of an appetite, however was only to ...