17 Nov 2012 Jeremy Kidd in Hua Hin, Thailand (video)

We visited our friend from Los Angeles, the famous Artist, Jeremy Kidd at Ocean Mountain View in Hua Hin, Thailand. He is living in a complex surrounded by pineapple plantations. He has a roof deck with a barbeque and a hot tub and a pool just steps from his living room. Jeremy and George jammed on their guitars, we ate at Pung PluiĀ  and Mint both off Soi 80 and had a fantastic Thai cooking lesson with Tra. Spending time with friends while so far from home was great. Heavy rains did not dampen our spirits or our plans and we also spent a day together in Prachuapkirikhan. I loved learning about Tra’s mushroom farm!

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.

 

Video: Jeremy in Hua Hin

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