Putahracsa Hua Hin
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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... exterior gate and they were able to find it with that. The owner was there and graciously offered to come pick up Hailey and I with the rest of our bags on their two scooters. Erik was telling them no no, we won't fit the bags but they laughed and insisted. I went on a scooter with the older lady with Hailey sandwiched between us. Erik went on the scooter with the son, who put two large bags in front of him between his legs and Erik had to hold onto 2 ...
... harbour. We had crab toast and chicken with cashew nuts whilst enjoying the scenery. Later that day, it was Dan's turn to start feeling under the weather so we had an early night. During the night Dan was sick a few times and wasn't feeling 100% so we didn't do too much the next day. We had breakfast on the terrace at Fulay again (love those pancakes) and found a deserted beach near the fishing pier to relax on in the afternoon. That evening we went for dinner ...
... seek shade and aircon wherever you can find it. Today was pleasant with a nice breeze coming off the Gulf. Thais don't seem to walk around much, possibly as an adaptation to the climate. They take buses or taxis or songkows or ride the ubiquitous motor bikes, sometimes with whole families piled on, baby in front as the 'Thai air bag' as my brother calls the practice. But tourists and expats do walk the streets. Sometimes we walk into ...
... time in one location also gave me a chance to get a tailored suit made (for job interviews and sister's wedding). This is cheap in Thailand and I paid £75 for tailored jacket, trousers and shirt, picking the material from a wide range. The hardest part is actually picking a tailor shop, with at least 20 in HuaHin. After months of avoiding talking to these shops, it ...
... Hin then we are off to Bangkok for 3 days ending our trip through Thailand, I'm really looking forward to seeing as much as I can in the city and there are a few temples, venomous snake displays and a crocodile centres that we would like to see and no trip to Bangkok would be complete †without a night on the town. Whilst I'm not that keen on venturing near the red light districts I'm sure we will come across a few lady boys on our travels so that will be ...