13 Nov From Patong to Hua Hin, Thailand (video)


Video: From Patong to Hua Hin, Thailand

We arrived in Phuket, Thailand and stayed at Phuket Tropical Inn under the Full Moon. Lindsey is a tremendous resource and full of great information. After two days, we traveled by bus to Hua Hin to visit our friend from Los Angeles, the famous artist, Jeremy Kidd. Although it rained on us quite a bit, we still went to the Hua Hin beach, as well as Prachuapkirikhan to see Ao Manao. We enjoyed seeing Ocean Mountain View Hotel where Jeremy stayed and eating at Mint, Pung Plui and Nalida’s near Soi 80. Our stay at Katun’s Guesthouse was great and Katun is fantastic. Make sure to go and say hello to all of them!

This movie is from our month stay in Thailand (September 2012) and our year TRIP in South East Asia, see all the videos from our trip.

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