Dusit Thani Hua Hin Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... couples travelling Asia and it was comforting hearing their accents and their stories. We boarded the train and to our horror saw a squat toilet. On a moving train. What is this perverse circus act? Sitting down for a minute I started writing my post cards and then bang, power cut. So now we have a squat toilet, in pitch black, on a moving mode of transport. In that moment a beetle started crawling towards me as Nikita's arm rest broke off, what is life. Later on, ...
... interviewed by Thai TV which made me feel like a celebrity, but I made friends with a number of the locals sitting around beside me which turned out to be a fun day. I was gifted flags with Blue being for the Queen and Yellow for the King and a candle to light in the approaching evening. Apparently the colors of the flags represent their respective birth days and was told that me being a Tuesday’s child, my color was orange… you ...
... in som tom, BUT the papaya. After that disappointment I went with a trusty back up dish, vegetable fried rice. We had a few beers with dinner and a few more at a near by bar.
We retired for the evening to be woken up by boats racing competitors practicing for their race later that morning. After stopping by a local bakery and getting bread that wasn't sweet, we strolled over to the boat ...
My boyfriend (Dane) and I have been teaching English at a school in Thailand since January this year. We have had the most fantastic year and have been fortunate enough to do lots of travelling whilst be have been here. We have visited Indonesia, Laos, and travelled all over Thailand itself. Now as the year comes to an end, we are about to embark on a much anticipated 2 month travelling stint around Cambodia,Vietnam, more of Thailand, and India. ...
After leaving Prachuap Khiri-Khan, I headed north again to the province of Phetchaburi (often simply called Phetburi). I stayed here just shy of a week and had an awesome time, including a day trip to Cha-am that's home to a popular stretch of coast which just happens to be the last beach I’ll be seeing for a while as I’m now leaving the south and heading into Central Thailand.
My original plan was to get to Phetburi via train. However, once ...