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12 January 2010


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Hi Lawrence thank you for the link. I hope the family enjoyed their stay. It seemed ideal for the young ones.


Lawrence your post has brought back many happy memories of Hua Hin where myself and Wilai spent four days back in 2008. I found the city itself awesome and the beach we visited the nearest to heaven I think you can get without actually stepping off the mainland.

We visited Khao Tapiak (Chopsticks Mountain) where there is a Buddhist temple at the top and hundreds of monkeys inhabit the place. The view looking down onto Hua Hin Bay was breathtaking and one I'll never forget. Mike really is one lucky man having such beauty on his front doorstep. Thanks for the memories and reminding me that I'm planning to visit Hua Hin again this year.


Dolphin Bay is a lovely place for families with children. Simple, with all the basics you need, yet clean and always a place to meet new friends.

The original owners who built the hotel luckily sold it some years ago. They were a moody bunch of people, made a decent profit - and the new owners really caught the essence of the place.

If you're heading there for a holiday weekend or season book early!!

Thanks for this lovely story!


Thanks for your comment, BangkokDan. I should have mentioned how friendly and helpful the staff were.

And I guess the other thing is, if you don't like children or people with children, stay away. There are lots of other places nearby.

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I stayed in that resort and it was such an wonderful experience to stay in Thailand bungalow resort.

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I don't even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post was great. I don't know who you are but certajnly you're going to a famous blogger if you are not already ;) Cheers!

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