Putahracsa Hua Hin
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Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
... Kualar Lumpur Central to look at the Patronas Towers, we trekked all the way there to find it was closed on a Monday, and of course it was a Monday. Being British we found a Harrods and a Starbucks and got over it. We decided to wait until night time so that we could see it with the lights on, turns out to be the most awkward structure to get a photo in front of without losing your head or the reason why your taking the photo, the towers. The only way is to take unflattering ...
... in at me on the 3rd floor, 'hello'. Next stop is Hua Hin but on route I had trouble with my chain and although changing a broken link with a temporary repair kit, it caused me to stop several times before I sussed out how to fix it. I met a few Italian kids on the road today who are cycling and camping along the way but there in a rush for a visa which means they need to get over to Burma asap and intend on jumping a truck from where ...
... areas are as follows, a beach down the road, mountains and palm trees in fields. The actual octagon (where the mixed marshal arts are fought) and the ring are very intimidating when you arrive. But the place feels like home now and I can not wait to get started. Sunday is my first day that I have not had one stomach ache! Yess. I'm back. Had a lovely massage for about $5 down the beach. I am now nice and relaxed and ready to finally start training. More to follow soon! Love you ...
... to occur I have to leave the country and get my passport stamped somewhere else. That means a trip to Laos, Malaysia, Burma, or Cambodia is in my future. I'm a little nervous about going to another country, but I will probably be able to go with another teacher so it will be better. It only has to be one night as well. My roommate at the Baan Paan Residence is Erika who is part Thai like me. She is from California but also has family here so we ...
... day in the pool of her hotel, drinking beer and other general silliness before saying our goodbyes. We ate copious amounts of food at the local food market - beef with asparagus, chicken and sweet bell peppers, meat on sticks, fruit shakes and lots and lots of red pork!
The absolute highlight of Hua Hin had to be the Kings Cup elephant polo, which has to be the world cup as we're sure it's the only one of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet