Sheraton Hua Hin Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSheraton Hua Hin Resort & Spa Cha-am
The hotel was absolutely stunning, the rooms were large and we even had our own private garden
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... and making prayers for the season ahead. We floated our krathong and then headed to watch some dancers and singers. It was quite a festival with everyone celebrating.
We have also been to see the bats leave a mountain cave just outside chaam. It was fantastic to see so many bats leave in a long line for about 30 minutes. Quite spectacular.
After a relaxing week or so in Chaam we are heading to Chiang Mai and the north, to see a bit more of this interesting country.
Woke up really early today for no reason as I'm soo tired, maybe it's because I'm missing mother! had breakfast in bed, yoghurt and frosties, then got up and went and sunbathed by the pool all morning, decided in the afternoon to take a walk up to the village market shopping mall and on the way I kept getting badgered by the taxi people, one man wouldn't leave me alone the creep, I ended up shouting at him to tell him to go away! Anyways when I ...
... days or for as long as a few months. There is always a party beforehand where the boy gets his head shaved but is usually only small, but this boy came from a seriously loaded family (Mum seems to think he was Tony, a restaurant owner who never has any guest’s, son). They do this to get into the afterlife, for good health and luck for the family and to become responsible, friendly and mature; which is a real contradiction to the dancers who were dressed in ...
... had 3 walls! There was no wall behind the toilet and nothing blocking people off from going behind there so I decided to wait until we came home-I don’t know what failed attempt to be modern the restaurant was trying but I give it 0/10. (There was meant to be a waterfall behind the toilets where there was no wall but it was no longer working). On the way home we passed more rice paddies, shrimp farms, charcoal burners, which I didn't see and a huge Army training ...
Leaving Bangkok we cycled through another 10 miles of city, checking out the Grand Palace on our way and enjoying whizzing past grumpy commuters stuck in traffic. The entire day passed in a blur of very fast cycling and periodic stops for fuel. The highway is incredibly relaxing when compared to Vietnam, and we're just getting used to normal driving. Seriously, here they not only never use the horn, they stop for red lights and junctions, only drive on ...