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Travel Blogs from Hua Hin
We were woken at 6.30am by our neighbours being far to cheery and energetic (bloody Americans), Andy therefore got up and read while Emily attempted some more sleep. Once refreshed, we got a quick bite to eat then decided to do a recce for our next big walk with rucksacks. Our hotel was located 200metres from the central train station – …
So another lazy day in store for us – Andy woke at a healthy 7.30, Emily woke 90 minutes later.We had a bite to eat walking back to the room we had a chat with a family staying at the resort – the mother Australian, Father/husband Scottish and they had 4 boys – they were a handful at the best of times! Once we had a chat we made …
Following a relaxed wake-up and breakfast, we decided that we should see a bit of the town we had decided to travel to. We got a pick-up with the resort bus (simply a pick-up truck with seats in the back) and made our way to the centre. Once dropped off, we worked out where we were and decided to see the market, we made our way there to then find …
A blissful day of doing really very little. After travelling and taking in the horror and hope of Cambodia it seemed due to have a few days without thinking too hard and we attacked this plan wholeheartedly. Andy still awoke early as the room is not completely lightproof and the sun disturbed him but he managed to read and chill out without …
We woke up really early had breakfast and then set off trekking in the jungle again, we was all really knakered cos we had no sleep, we trekked for a couple of hours n then a truck picked us up, we then went bamboo rafting then got a bus to chang mai, wer our hotel was really nice n had a swimming pool, then went for a walk at night to see what was there ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet