Thipurai Beach Hotel
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My wife and I stayed in Cha Am for 8 days. Methavalay Hotel was large, nice but too unpersonal for us. We prefer when we get the staff to know.
Cha Am was a little too " provincial ". No really shops and no bars or chairs on the beach.
The music at Baan Chang was superb, but not the drinks.
We went to Hua Hin and stayed at Thipurai …
... with beaded ankle ties. They were really good musicians and kept going all evening with disco, rock, country, show tunes, and attempts at opera. It was a hoot. We ate ourselves silly, danced until we dropped, and then fled to an air-conditioned French wine bar down the street to cool off, schmooze with the owner, and digest. Altogether, an excellent evening. Today we slept late and then read until early afternoon. The plan was to explore the back streets of Hua ...
... into a major pub crawl with one of our stops being an Irish Bar. Surprisingly in 6 months of travelling, this is the first one we've entered. We lost count of the cocktails, G&Ts and beers we had but all we know is despite the mazy streets, we ended up at the night market again! So we head to the same fish restaurant as before only to be seated next to some friends from Ireland, Sean & Chris, who we are supposed to meet in Koh Samui. They haven't noticed us yet so Alan ...
... presented themselves to M.Francois. Afterwards we played a short game of homemade memory with them. The previous day, the students had drawn a picture on one card and the corresponding word on the second card.
Then, we finally went to the pool. It was so much fun! Going to the pool and spending time with the kids is amazing. We did chicken fights and played volleyball.
Then, it ...
... day was a little cloudy, so we decided to give up on the kiting as the wind relies on clear sky's and we decided to visit the big Buddha at the end of the beach. This huge golden Buddha stands on Takiap Hill about 5kms from the centre of Hua Hin. We were a little hung over and it was a very hot day so we didn't have the motivation to trek to the top of the relatively small hill (lazy I know)! We managed to get to the Buddha, take in the view and then decided ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThipurai Beach Hotel Hua Hin
A small and cosy hotel, 5 min. walk from beach and 100 THB with taxi downtown.
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