Real life in Hua Hin


Walked to the water department today to pay my monthly bill of $1.50. Took my camera and lingered a couple of places on the way back.

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Always present meals on wheels

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The new king’s images are replacing the deceased king

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This is the songtaew that goes from one end of town to the other for about 70 cents

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Durian anyone. 150 baht per, or almost $5. Expensive

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Coconuts for 25 baht, 80 cents

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My chilli peppers are now bearing fruit

About 2bagsandapack

Lifetime journalist, author, magazine editor and publisher, now semi-retired and traveling the world. My plan, after living in Costa Rica for 14 months, was to visit a new country in southern Europe every three months to experience the culture and the challenge of adapting to a new environment, while on a fixed income. That plan was sidetracked when I was offered a job in Indonesia, providing an opportunity to explore Asia. Indonesia lasted for a 4 wonderful years but I have now moved on to Hua Hin, Thailand.
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