Thipurai City Hotel
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Après quelques semaines à
Bangkok, j'ai enfin eu l'occasion de me rendre au bord de la mer avec mon père.
C'était très rafraîchissant de sortir de la pollution et d'enfin avoir la
chance de voir une plage!
Afin de ce rendre à Hua Hin, nous avons tout simplement pris un minibus à
partir du Victory Monument de Bangkok. …
... after the split up and made new families. It was hard to hear, but the children seemed so happy with their lives, even though they had nothing that we take for granted like a flushing toilet or their own personal clothing. The next day while the children were at school we split into two groups, one group went into the jungle to cut and carry bamboo to be used to build a chicken coop, and the other ...
... and eat the lunch we'd bought from 7 eleven. There were big jelly fish here and lots of crabs scuttling across the sand and with the wind picking up and blowing the sand everywhere we decided to make move again. This was lucky as the heavens opened and we were able to take shelter before setting off again. We headed round the headland and found a nice small beach with several people on it. We managed to take shelter from another down pour and then ...
... us a huge taxi and everyone got in and we drove off towards the Market Square. I was starving at that point, but everyone else had already eaten. In the end I shared a pizza with Alix at the bowling alley. We bowled with the students and it really was a lot of fun.
Around ten o'clock, we took a taxi home, said a final goodbye to the students and packed our bags, before hitting the sheets.
... the middle of two rows of stalls selling all sorts of food, cocktails, clothes, souvenirs, DVDs, and much more. The air was filled with the usual mixture of barbecue's, chilly and drains; a common smell we found in all Thai cities and towns and certainly more pleasant than some of the smells encountered in India! After traveling the full length of the market and back again, we bought some Sangsom (Thai rum) and coke and headed home for some cheap drinks!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThipurai City Hotel Hua Hin
A small budget hotel. Very nice and hospitable staff.
The hotel is located 5 min. walk from the beach and 100 THB taxi from Hua Hin Center. We might return to this hotel.
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