Supatra Resort Hua Hin
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... we got to Bangkok a
guy called Mr M (The most amazing Thai taxi driver) picked us up and took us to
Paul’s house (Paul is K’s dad friend who helped arrange for us to get to Hua Hin)
who then took us to our house just a few minutes away.
The house is beautiful but I am so ready to sleep now, let’s
hope Thailand has more to offer me than China.
Let the new adventure begin!!
... fluros, flood lights, spot lights. They must do a lot night fishing and attract the fish with all the lights. I know you can attract calamari with lights, but not sure what else.
Walked back to my resort, past new resorts being built, the price of popularity I suppose.
What's the old saying, "Progress is all well good, but it's all got to stop".
Passed the train heading back to Bangkok.
Once back at the resort, I fell into the pool, cooled off and relaxed in the ...
... to pick up bigger and bigger trees...then a tree on each shoulder...culminating in the big challenge of two trees on one shoulder...a challenge I won first (sorry Val!) All the other work, from raking up compost, wheeling heavy wheelbarrows, chopping up trees with a machete, all the walking and carrying and fruit soaking/chopping/throwing...has made me fitter and stronger than I remember being in a really long time, and I am revelling in that feeling. I was surrounded ...
... and a few beers. Back to Hua Hin and dropped in to the bar for a few more, left around 2 am. 18th Nov: Wander round town, found a nice Swedish place for breakfast then went for a massage and then back to the room to chill for a while. Went to the bar around 7ish to say bye to Tom and his Girlfriend bad move left around 1 am and he was getting the bus at 6 am rather him than me. 19th Nov: Moved digs again even I don't know why as the last one was nice and right on the sea front but hey ...
... any idea where you are going! When they think they are close they either say get out or ask for additional directions from someone on the street. Luckily taxies are hella cheap here! A 40 minute taxi ride costs about $15. Another really weird thing about taxi's in Bangkok is they decide if they want to take you to your destination. After spending about 5 minutes explaining where you want to go many of them will just shake their hand and say no. We haven't figured out quite why yet, ...