Banyan The Resort, Hua Hin
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in the other direction (south) to a small point jutting out from the coast and topped by a temple. There you can feed bananas to the resident monkeys and get a panoramic view of the Hua Hin beach. Tonight we go to a Rotary dinner/fund raiser for dinner and (I suspect) much drinking with a number of people I haven't seen since last here seven years ago. Eventually, I'll append photos to these dispatches, once I figure out how to get my camera to talk to my ...
We decided to do the flight of the gibbons which happens in the jungle just outside Chaing Mai. This was such a fun experience and very glad I did it! It was basically go ape but a lot better and more zip wires! We did the longest zip wire which was 800m long which was scary but really fun! Was also did tandem zip lines which was really fun too! Aswell as zip wires there were stair ...
... seated 5 plus its driver in its 3 1/2 foot wide hull, and sported an old V8 looking engine mounted high on the back, just aft of where the driver stood. We climbed aboard in anticipation as the driver started the engine, and prepared to depart. What we weren't quite prepared for, but were thrilled to find out, was that this boat ride, was in fact, to be a high-speed ride. Never in a million years would Canadian or US Insurance regulations have permitted us to have the fun ...
Yesterday Pa Mam and Lun Vut took me to Amphawa. It is a little town with a floating market on a canal with lots of shops along side of it. We went to a temple first which was beautiful. Inside of the main ceremony area there were huge murals that were hand painted. The princess actually came to do the first brush stroke of the main painting. It was rainy, so there weren't ...
... busy here. They made another phone call for me and made a suggestion of their friend’s guesthouse on the river and they hopped on their bike lead me there.
I was so grateful for their help and got a river front room over looking the river/canal. The guesthouse was family run place and very quiet but within walking distance of the floating markets.
I had a Singha large bottle while showering then sat and watched the sun go down over the canal with another ...