Sunshine Guest House Hua Hin
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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
... began at 4:45 am Thursday morning the 12th and due to the time change ended at 3:30 am Saturday morning the 14th. We literally skipped Friday. But after 23 hours of flying, 7 hours of layovers, and 3 hours in a van, we made it to one of the most beautiful resorts I have ever been to, Anantara in Hua Hin.
Day one mostly consisted of relaxing in paradise with Marlee’s family and the family of ...
... as Monkey Mountain. I had to see this, so after a quick climb I found myself literally surrounded by monkeys. Little ***** they were as well! Trying to steal my camera and sunglasses haha. Luckily the woman who feeds them chucked a big bucket of bananas out so they quickly lost interest in me and the other tourists! I'm writing this from the Hua Hin shopping mall. Stopped by here ...
... shouldn't say that, there were some interesting and nice things. They had a young theatre group performing a stage play on an open stage, for all to see. See video. There was like a shoot out between these young kids on who could break dance the best. They also had a very good food area, where you buy coupons and go buy tastes of different foods at each stalls. These markets are only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
... direct VIP bus, well that's sounds better, all you have to do is ask. 11 hours later I arrive in Hua Hin and back to the place I stayed before, met with open arms waiting for my full wallet lol but they all remember me and yes Ken they still speak! I'm here until the 23 rd when I fly to Borneo as I won't be doing much here except beach, beer and sleep I won't bore you with any more blogs until I hit Borneo. Yes Ken I know that will please ...
... they were holding hands; the man appeared to have a limp.
In spite of my dislike of these pairings, which to my North American eyes look like abuse of a power imbalance (and I’m aware the power imbalance could be construed as weighted either way), I find myself fascinated by the sociology and psychology of them. Now that we’ve left Hua Hin behind, I find myself still thinking about the motives, implications, and consequences of these ...