Dusit Thani Hua Hin Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Conference facilities
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Spoke to Mum and Peter over Skype today. Peter will need to go back into hospital for further surgery so am worried about that. The Tories remain in power - looks like they'll have a majority. Feeling: stiff. I'm completely seized up and was worried when I woke up this morning as it was so painful. I hobbled all the way for the morning run/walk, Klaus gave me light stretching for the 8:30 session, swimming for the 14:00 and kickboxing without the leg bits for ...
... 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 ...
Happy thanksgiving!!! We are going to have turkey with a bunch of expats at some local joint that Alan knows of. Should be interesting. Day before yesterday, Alan drove us up to a park on a hill overlooking Hua Hin, Hin Lek Fai (Flint Hill). Gorgeous views of the city and the ocean. We encountered a large band of curious monkeys there. They were really cute, and not aggressive. Apparently, some of the monkeys around ...
... The national holiday days are dry, so no alcohol can be sold and bars remain closed. Maybe a good thing after 4 heavy days! (Foreigners do not seem to get involved in this holiday, unlike Songkran, although Thais visit the temple and monks are presented with candles and garments).
Made lots of new friends over the weekend... great way to finish my time in Hua Hin!
... and very cheap. Weirdly, it was cold today and I actually put on my new cycling sleeves to keep warm, rather than keep off the sun. The last two hours were incredibly fast, with a strong tailwind and we reached Phetchaburi just as the night market was being set up, making for a scenic, if hectic entrance. A very kind man in a pet shop drew us a map to the guesthouse we’d chosen it turned out to be an excellent choice. Although the room was literally ...