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    A quiet retreat in Hua Hin

    Drove down to Hua Hin for a few days rest.

    This place is about 8km past the train station, but lovely and peaceful and not far from the Black Mountain Water Park.




    Hmmm, just looking at the map, it's fukkin miles from black mountain, although it didnt take long, compared to plodding along the main part of Hua Hin, which is akin to driving through Bangkok in rush hour.

    Anyway, It's right near the evil looking elephant village, which we spent 5 minutes in. I've deleted those photos, look on trip advisor at their reviews


    Back on topic, this place is run by a nice Dutch guy who welcomes you and serves you breakfast, by his lake.

    This is gonna be a short thread with a few pics, I will spare you my moobs
























    Transport if you need it




    And the lake out the back where you have brekky.






    There's 2 ducks there who ducked, there's a rabbit somewhere too.



    loads of big catfish in there with those other fish, you can feed them in the morning after breakfast and watch them go into a frenzy


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    Nice getaway, Dilly...

    Cheers!


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    How much per night?...

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    Jeeze, I lived in Hua Hin for years and by looking at that map and reading this

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    compared to plodding along the main part of Hua Hin, which is akin to driving through Bangkok in rush hour.
    I wouldn't know the place if dumped in the middle of it!

    Resort looks nice, Dill

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    There are loads of those resorts built on the worthless inland land. I stayed at this one last month next to Black Mountain Golf.

    Mango Spa & Resort, Hotel in Hua Hin Thailand


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    Towel lie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy View Post
    How much per night?...
    Chalet Standard 1.900 THB
    Chalet Deluxe 2.700 THB
    Chalet Jaidee 3.700 THB
    Lakeside Chalet 3.500 THB
    All rates are per room, per night and include breakfast.
    With every booking 500 tbh reservation costs are charged.

    Jaidee Resort Hua Hin Thailand | JaideeResort.com
    Just had a look not that expensive Gert is talking about going to Hua Hin again for a short break.
    We haven't been back there for over 10 years i am having a Google around looking for somewhere to stay beginning of may.
    Fascists dress in black and go around telling people what to do, whereas priests... more drink!

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    ^ that's double the price I expected it to be. Maybe I'll stick to 700 baht rooms in Chaam...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo View Post
    ^ that's double the price I expected it to be. Maybe I'll stick to 700 baht rooms in Chaam...
    Its her birthday got to spend a bit more sometimes Betty we normally spend around 700 baht for a room.
    Know any nice places in Chaam for 800 baht.

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    Nice looking gaff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klong toey
    Know any nice places in Chaam for 800 baht.
    Just about every place on Chaam front is 700 baht during the week...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Maybe I'll stick to 700 baht rooms in Chaam...
    That is one draw of paying a bit extra, no Tefler scum by the pool

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    Betty, 300 baht to you!

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    ^ very good indeed at that price, does look like a nice place and HH isn't cheap.

    ^^ :


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Bettyboo
    Maybe I'll stick to 700 baht rooms in Chaam...
    That is one draw of paying a bit extra, no Tefler scum by the pool
    ...including highfalutin TEFLer scum?


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    Betty, I was on about my 'retreat!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by charleyboy
    Betty, I was on about my 'retreat!'
    I don't know that one, Charlie. But, I bet it serves great pies...

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