Keeree Waree Seaside Villa & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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We knew from Day 1 that this was going to be a long day, and to no ones surprise it was exactly that. We packed up our rooms at Juniper Tree, had one last Banana Smoothie from our new best buddy, Non, the smoothie maker from the shop next door, eeked out the last of our wifi before catching mini van to Bangkok. We made a short stop along the way to Tesco Lotus (kinda like Big W and Woolies in one shop) in Pranburan to stock up on water and ...
... bus station we got chatting with a Dutch couple traveling through Thailand with their 18 month old daughter. This is impressive in itself but then when we got to the bus station and the guy started speaking Thai to the locals I'm not sure who was more surprised, us or the locals! The mini-van style bus pulled over on the side of a dual carriageway and announced that we'd reached our destination. ...
... more than enough. For one night at least. The other bungalows also cost 300 bahts, so we'd go in the morning to see them and choose the one we liked the most. We dried ourselves and rested for a while and, at around 11 pm, we went to find a place to have dinner. Wearing our plastic bags hats as only protection and with a flashlight in hand, we managed to get through the almost storm over the dark beach and found the first place with some light -not ...
... whole trip left and it was time to go to Hua Hin, a slightly busier seaside town we'd called in at on our way down from Cha-am to Khao Sam Roi Yot (damn, had to try and spell it again after all!).
Hua Hin was a fine place to wrap things up and besides it would be a much better place to spend a weekend with so much sport on TV. British Lions decider against the Aussies and women's final at Wimbledon on Saturday; German Grand Prix and men's final on Sunday...come on ...
... amp; securing train tickets south - we didn’t. As it turns out elephants were beyond what we could spare both time-wise & monetarily (they were looking for 3 days of our time & the guts of €250/$300 of our money) & train tickets were out of our reach altogether - train ‘full... no sleeper... only seat... come back tomorrow’ we were told on both occasions we visited Chiang ...