Veranda Resort and Spa Hua Hin Cha Am
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Cha-am is a small town but has a lot going on. Despite this it has a very relaxed feel to it.
We are staying with Suan and her family, in the appartment they have been doing up to rent out. It is very nicely done up by her very talented son Nat.
The weather has been sunshine and showers as we are coming to the end of the rainy season. Lots of thunder storms at night. But it is only another week before they are due to finish.
During the ...
Missed out on the sun today, had to pack in the morning then head to bus stop, bus was on time which was good and I still can't believe how comfy the seats are considering it's only £6! The bus left at 12 and we didn't get to Bangkok airport till 4, oh how I love Bangkok airport.. I've been there loads of times! I found the representative for my hotel ...
... the room to read on the balcony; I have no idea where Nana was or what she was doing.
After lunch and an hour or so of very heavy rain mum went down to find the pool empty, surprise, surprise, I carefully tipped ¼ of a bottle of ice cold water down mums back before jumping in the pool in hysterics - the look on mums face was priceless! Nana and Pa met us down at the pool after failing to convince them to come down for a few hours because ...
Mum and Nana went to find the Laundromat with absolutely no idea where it was, although they were getting ready to go for 1.5 hours, and the clothes were already in the bags - doesn't sound like something Mum would do at all! Apparently the laundry was 500m down the road on the edge of a building with no signage. I reluctantly did homework while they were gone.
Another 1.5 hours later ...
... seen it. With that in mind we jumped into the taxi and started off towards the bus station but the taxi driver told us the same thing that the area is completely flooded and we would not be able to go anywhere. So, thinking on our feet, we decided to head south instead to a small town called Phetchaburi.
This involved us being crammed into a minibus with all of our bags and a number of other Thai people and their things, including a bird in a ...