Sea Pearl Hotel
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... cities. So far in Hua Hin, I have seen a "Mykenos Resort", a "Santorini Resort", there will probably be a Capri or Crete Resort next. Bizarre. Got talking to an American on the Tuk-tuk, asked him how long he was on holidays for?
He told he was from Ohio, and had sold up everything in the states and had moved to Hua Hin to live here for good. He was about 50 to 60. Pretty cosmopolitan mix of people who are moving here, Sweden, America, Denmark, Russian, German, ...
After dinner, with an hour left to shop mum and I were on a mission to cover the rest of the market and buy lots, which we did. It was surprising how many children were walking around alone and how many women were in high heels, which really isn't appropriate for dark rocky damp tracks. I was looking at shorts and went straight to size 42, worried that they wouldn't fit only to be shown size 32(?) which were the second smallest and were loose, I was ...
... digital 3D screens.
Toilet 1. You walked along the 'red carpet' to get to the toilets, with screaming fans along the wall (you could hear the fans screaming as well as see the pictures of them). The men/women/handicap signs were surrounded by stars. The restroom was set up like an actors change room – with lights all around the large mirrors. There were famous quotes and hand/foot prints on the wall and the blackboard like used ...
... br> It was ok but there's wayyyy too much flies (yuckk) because of the crab we ordered -"-
so we kinda have to eat in a hurry~
After that I went for beach horse riding. It was really the first time I did this.
The horse was very very tiny, it's not a pony but it's not big.
The owner said this is the biggest already !?!?!?
Grhh my horse was like.. 150 hand i think, but this ...
... only been 4m but it was made out of tree branches and wood. It was horrible and very scary and we had to drive over it.
We got to the floating market at 4.40 and walked through another market to get to the start of the floating market. 'So what’s a floating market you ask' Well it’s meant to be a market where the stalls are on long-tail boats and when you want something you just call them over and get what you want. But this one ...
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