Sunshine Guest House Hua Hin
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... make it home. Yesterday spent the afternoon at a wonderful beach south of here, Suan Son Pradipat Beach. Lots less crowded than in town, and lots cleaner. We are somewhat worried about the unrest in Bangkok. We fly out of there next Tuesday for Cambodia. Alan and Ja will be driving us up to Bangkok on Sunday and staying with us at a hotel there for a couple of days of exploring. We'll see what happens between now and ...
It was great catching up with my mate Colin. We relaxed at the apartment, used the infinitely pool looking out into the gulf of Thailand, relaxed by the roof swimming pool, made the most of the small (and falling apart) gym and played table tennis. As Colin isn't a drinker so this encouraged me to not visit bars at night time, although ...
... all over it
looking for stuff to pinch and checking themselves out in the mirrors. Yes, I
did feel at home. SHUTUP !
plenty of bars here with the cats calling as one walks past, but it’s the beach
for me (night or day) for a beer or ten on a reclined deck chair under an
umbrella and a nice breeze. Not to forget the odd massage or 3 per day. It’s
very cheap here, laundry is 10baht per kg, beers are a ...
... we arrived at what can only be described as a tropical paradise on the beach ! Compared to India this was indeed indulgent "luxury" for M&K !
The resort & spa was awesome and we immediately headed to the pool & beach and were shocked to discover how hot the sea was ( Gulf of Thailand/ South China sea ) !
In the evening we took the local Tuk Tuk to see the local night markets which surprised us to see ...
... every hour, but you can always get tuk tuks back.
After dumping our stuff in our room we decided to jump straight on the next shuttle bus into Hua Hin to explore. Hua Hin is a nice town, quite small, but still enough to do and enough places to eat and drink. It's still got the main touristy area which centres around Poon Suk Road, but as you walk further away from here it's quieter and less touristy. We mainly wandered ...