Imperial Lake View Hotel & Golf Club
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WARNING NOT FOR THE UNDER 18..........Before I get started I should mention our visit to the go go bar district of Bangkok....never have I seen such an eclectic array of stalls and goods to be purchased from the vibrator to the baby clothes which by the way neighboured each other! And then the go go bar menu involving lady gardens and all manner of objects! Not for the prudish that's for sure. Any how the beach ...
... around, but they were pretty laid back. I saw I guy doing some repairs, see how they do arc welding Thai style. What's the expression, "blind as a welder's dog". There was a skeleton of a large whale. I think one soldier keeping guard on the place was more interested in getting to the next level of of the computer game on his iphone. As mentioned only 1 family on the whole beach. Next stop was village and temple at Khao Tao. This is situated out on a point. At ...
... magazine and mum went to the chemist to buy me cream for my infected (?) underarms. We spent the afternoon listening to Nana and Pa in their room go through all the reviews of the Methavalai seeming to take offence to some which was a bit of fun; oh, and I defiantly spent a bit of time laughing at mums tomato-red forehead.
We went to Aree's for dinner - butter naan; mixed vegetables; Dhum Alau; butter chicken; Mutton
korma and ...
... is then released to Phetch Dam (Regulating Dam). Water is mainly used for irrigation and solve the water shortage problem in Hua Hin District.
Pa made a comment about tigers to which Sassy replied "well I certainly wouldn’t be surprised to see one". I have to admit I was terrified after that! We drove on in the surprisingly straight roads until we made it to a small village overlooking the reservoir; we sat down for a drink, while Sassy ...
Another early start to catch an 8am train out of Bangkok which was had pretty strong aircon, so we shivered the whole journey as we could only find a long-sleeved shirt and a thin jumper. Got some sausage rolls and almond And chocolate pastries for breakfast tho ;-))
Lugged our luggage through Hua Hin to Budget hire car which was further than expected, signed up for our huge posh pickup truck and went in search of lunch - Hua Hin very like Malaga with lots of Brits and ...
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