The Bora Bora - Bed And Dream
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... fish! It was so peaceful and relaxing there, I’m always drawn to water because I always feel so at peace by it but I felt even more at ease here, maybe because it’s a place of such spirituality. Don’t worry guys, I’m not going all spiritual on you all, you need to be there to know what I mean – It’s just a strange feeling, not bad, just strange.
After we had a while at the temple grounds taking in ...
... tourists for the environmental evils but are happy to collect their money.
Strangely enough by my own observance most tourists seem to be more environmentally in tune than my fellow natives.
Back to Hua Hin, if you like crowded places during peak season and weekends, traffic jams and horse poop on the beach this is the place for you.
I do not wish to take away the many nice places in and around Hua Hin but the overall holiday feeling in Hua Hin is virtually on a scale from ...
... these buses were positively rocking! The hotel apologised but explained that many of these children it was the only time they EVER seen the beach so you could be grudge them that. We discovered some great places whilst we were here and to name a few; Seas and sand restaurant - this place was run by a really nice guy and the food was very good and was not hiked up western prices, we set here 2 or 3 times and was on the seafront. Aroy restaurant - this was one ...
... To drink we order some mocktails, Martins' is a rather fetching shade of pink, mine resembles fairy liquid, but they do taste very very good indeed. This is a perfect place for people watching and watching the chefs cook the fish on the charcoal in front of the restaurant. We savour the food which is every bit as good as the previous night. Time for a little shopping before we head back to relax at the end of a rather splendid ...
... person dressed as they are, and get another copy of that form and have them check the bags.
Anyway, over to platform 27, into the office, hand over paperwork. By now I've stopped trying to communicate with people, I just am walking up to them and handing them my now 1 inch thick stack of paperwork and letting them figure out what they need. The girl at this desk says something, a man being helped tells me she wants the Customs Form. I just gave her the ...