Prinz Garden Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Kids pool
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Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
... into, lol. We arrived in Hua Hin at 11am. Erik and the 3 older girls left Hailey and I at the station and took some of the bags with them to find the town house a few blocks away. They found it after some confusion as the addresses here aren't much help at all. The numbers on the houses are all out of order with no apparent rhyme or reason. It didn't help that they were very hot and having trouble thinking too. Thankfully the owner had emailed Erik a photo ...
... was hubby's Penang curry from the night market, it still is to this day his best Penang curry. Any way the conclusion was Hua Hin was not for us so we decided to take a short bus ride to a place called Cha-am this was recommended to us by the couple we meet in Koh Tao Ina & Jarno. We arrived Cha-am intersection and headed for a coffee and then started our walk to the hotel which I had booked on booking.com it didn't seem like far! I WAS SO WRONG! We finally ...
... party, as Nancy mentioned, we stopped at a French wine bar in town. The wine is a little pricey, but more than the wine I relished the air conditioning after dining and dancing on a hot humid night without a hint of breeze. My clothes were soaked in sweat. The humidity is formidable. I had a pair of socks out of the laundry that took two days to dry on the line. Without a breeze, with the heat and humidity of mid-day, you have too move ...
... 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.
... from fresh catfish, squid, sausages with pork and noodles inside them, every fruit you can think of, various kebabs, crabs, crayfish,whole chickens and pigs heads but what I loved seeing was how the locals were so skilled at creating wonderful dishes in the middle of a street with a little stall, gas canister and a wok and their skill at delicately carving up pineapples into pretty shapes and gutting and preparing sea food was incredible. Final day today ...