Sunshine Guest House Hua Hin
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- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and rely on local staff to look after the place.
The afternoon was spent laying around and resting. Simon and MacKenzie both have colds so need a bit of recovery time and both slept all afternoon. We grabbed an early dinner at the beachside restaurant here at the Sheraton. As we finished eating, a nice little musical act came on to play, but only a few songs in I hit the wall and had to go to bed. The ...
... then back at the hotel I checked in, my room is really nice.. The bed is massive! Hehe I went downstairs and used the wifi for a bit before and then went to the restaurant to get dinner, considering I've been travelling for 4 months on my own, that's the first time I've sat in a restaurant on my own! I choose to have a Thai dish as it was my last night in ...
... overlooking the street. We walked to the beach and found that the tide was in. It reminded us of patong beach and we both had the feeling of, what have we done coming here. Beds and umbrellas filled sections of the beach and horses waiting to be ridden by tourists. Endless ting tongs walked past us, they were like a fashion accessory attached to all the white men's arms. We got to a quieter and nicer part of the beach and ...
... Roger had his own celebration by drinking 6 pints of Singha beer, the most he has had in one sitting since we left home. Needless to say, the 2 mile walk back to the hotel took longer than it should...it always takes longer when zig-zagging!
We woke on our last morning with clear heads and headed for a grand breakfast at the Centara Hotel, the home of the chocolate buffet we enjoyed 36 hours earlier. It was great to have real crispy bacon... perhaps ...
turtle mountain, as well as Hua Hin meant Head rock. Henry lived next
to a beautifully ornate and cute Hindu temple on the base of a
mountain. The climate was very dry here because it was in a rain
shadow and the terrain reminded me of Arizona with it's plants that
halted evapotranspiration. They lived next to the ocean which was
beautiful to stare at and swim in. Henry used ...