Thipurai City Hotel
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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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After we paid our 200baht entrance fee we all made our way to the Phraya Nakhon Cave. The 45 minute long hike reminded me that I haven't lost too much touch with my body haha. But holy ****, I was sweating as if I was in a hot yoga class.
We finally made our way to the cave, which, like I mentioned was nothing like what we expected. It was more or less a sink hole then a cave. But beautiful nonetheless. Vines, water dripping down from the very top-the ...
... with gaudy multiple-colored neon lights flashing, chickens wandering aimlessly, skinny dogs fighting and tuk tuks and scooters adding to the cacophony of light and sound.
We arrived at Cape Canaveral ahead of schedule where we were greeted by Major Tom who slid open the shuttle door which provided instant relief from the heat. We sat in our air-conditioned cocoon until the last guests arrived for the return trip to the hotel. They were a ...
... with out the little gold square fly away from you. Then you stick the gold square on one of the Buddha. All I managed to do was get gold leaf all over my fingers. On the 3 other sides of the square that the Buddha sits on are 3 mini chapels with 3 little Buddhas for people to go and make private pray. People also leave money on the Buddhas. The grounds surrounding the Buddha are lush and green. They have walkways that pass by a lake and various wishing ...
84kms We boarded the bus this morning for the start of the ride from Bangkok to Khao Lak . As we drove out of the street, the double decker bus scraped along the power lines. No damage done but a bit of a worry. The anxiety was high as new riders were keen to get on their bikes. A sobering moment as our bus passed an accident where a bicycle and motorbike had collided, leaving the bike and rider ...
... on the part of the trainer; to make it easier for the trainers, their families live right on the compound with them, so they can always be nearby. It is a labor of love, one the Thais find very acceptable as a good job.
Before we left, I walked back over to Grandma with two pineapples I had saved just for her. The last I saw of her she was chewing those pineapples and patiently waiting for her next treat.