Sunshine Guest House Hua Hin
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... the pictures explains where "Hua Hin" (stone head) gets its name from. It has many boulders and rocks lining its shoreline.
I revisited Khao Hin Lek Fai, which is a large hill that gives panoramic views of the town of Hua Hin. It's quite a walk to the top but nothing over the top. It consists of 6 view points, however, view point 1 is so over grown, you can't see anything. Also, view point 3 has a large Wasp's nest, so i'd recommend missing this one. They sting like ...
... views of the beach. The restaurant looked like a small oasis within the concrete streets of Hua Hin with a crop of coconut trees providing shelter from the blazing sun. It was a relief that the sun had set but it was still a balmy 33 degrees.
A cleansing G and T before ordering and a moment to enjoy our surroundings. The white sand beach, although narrow, stretched for kilometre after kilometre inviting people to splash in the shallows and ...
... me with open arms. I exited on the beach side of Centara and walked up the beach. You can hire horses and take them for a ride up the beach. Passing one local food drying stand on the beach, I noticed what some one was having for dinner tonight, dried Kermit, a tray full of frogs drying out in the mid day sun, I bet you the Sofitel doesn't sell that at the Centra! Further down the beach we have another big hotel, The Hilton. I stopped at the Hilton to have a beer in their pool ...
... a small amount of time riding along the coast and through some fishing villages, a lot of our time today was spent highway riding - hot, flat, a head wind the whole way and many many motorcycles to dodge!
Even though this is the largest group ever to do the Hands ride, the group are fantastic and its lovely to pull up aside someone as you are riding along and strike up a conversation so easily. There ...
... with pineapples, we headed out again, this time to the elephant preserve. It is another beautiful place. There are carved elephants as you enter the facility, so there is no mistaking where you are even if you can't read the signs written in Thai at the entrance. The first elephant I saw was called "Grandma." She is an ancient one, 87 years old. Her eyes were leaking; they think she might be blind. They also ...