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. …
... we got our act together, but Alan and Ja offered to take us back to that beautiful beach south of here, and we couldn't resist. Ja and I opted for hour and a half massages, Guy and Alan opted for beer and a cool shady spot. We all came away happy and refreshed. Barbecue chicken and pork from the night market and off to bed. Hope to get up early tomorrow for our walk. PS: still haven't got Guy's camera to talk to the blog yet. Thanks to Alan for the great dinner ...
... to the bar to pay for 2 drinks to be sent over. The waiters f*ck up the delivery and the beers end up at a table of Chinese people (much to the amusement of people at the bar). After a wink, nod and a quick word into the waiters ear, the beers final make it to the right table. Following confused faces, we finally make it known of our presence. It was great to meet them. They're on their honeymoon and we'll see them again in Koh Samui. Next Stop, Koh Tao. Phrase of the day: Yea, ok, no. ...
... raining. And not just a light drizzle. It was pouring. Water was falling in buckets from the sky. We stayed in the pool for a little longer; it was quite fun, but then the thunder and lightning started, so we got out.
We met back up with the students about an hour later, wearing dry clothes and we sat around as Sarawut played guitar. Dinner was served at the school but we planned to ...
... another resort on the beach to use their pool. We caught some rays beside the pool, had some drinks and managed to get over our hang over with the help of regular dips in the pool!
That afternoon we had a random facebook message from Dan and Gen, the guys who were doing a very similar trip to us, saying they were in Hua Hin too. Bonus! We met them that evening and headed to the local market down the road from our guest house to get some food. It was really great ...
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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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