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Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
Day 25 I totally did not expect the sudden heat wave that hit Chumphon and after laying in the full sun for most of Saturday and swimming/doing big walks in it, when I got back to the room I almost collapsed with severe sunstroke and I look like I've fallen into a tub of creasote. Despite the forecast it had actually hit 36 degrees and stayed like …
... around the pool. I had a
lovely relaxing massage. We were
collected at 7pm after the key was broken in the door and had a selection of
deep fried mackerel, curry squid, pork, tom yum with fish, rice and vegies
served over fish. The main vegie was
gourd. Singha beer.
Back to hotel and have just been treated
with hot milk delivered to our door.
Alarm set for 6.45 get up.
... was off his face on Whiskey and Thai Red Bull (much stronger than the European stuff). He wouldn't leave us alone and misheard us as being from Holland. He had little English but had enough to articulate that he liked our countries' football team and that other favourites of his included Germany, Italy and Spains (not a typo). All the other Thai people in the carriage found this hilarious and together with a look of sympathy, pretended not to be looking but we knew they were. ...
... the beds rock hard but you get used to that and you're not here for luxuries. All the people are great. There are 16 of us here now and more to follow. Have made some great pals already. Danny from Manchester is my main man. But they are all nice hardworking honest people who can also have a good grin. The two blokes that own the place are actually French. There are no Thai people at the camp only the chef/cleaner lady. They all made me feel very welcome early on even though I was sick. ...
... relaxed in the sunshine, waiting or more wind. The atmosphere amongst the kiters at Hua Hin wasn't as nice as it was on Koh Pha Ngan. Its such a huge industry, such a huge beach, lots and lots of instructors and students and you kind of get lost in the ether. Back where we learnt it was a really small, community feel, everyone knew each other and we were all friends and definitely a better location to learn the sport. Unfortunately, the wind started to drop off that ...