Sawadii ka, everyone!
We left at 9:30am to go to the vintage market again, where I bought another mango shake and a dress.
At the beach I, for once, could swim without being extremely terrified of jellyfish. Luckily no-one got stung this day so that was a success. We then took a lot of pictures of and with each other on the beach, awkwardly posing with with a palm tree. At least that's what I was doing.
When we got back everything was completely wet. I tried to wring out my towel but it was still soaking. We didn't go into the water anymore that day and Kong picked us up after a few minutes anyway.
Later we visited the artist village again and I surprisingly saw many things I haven't seen the previous week - like another jewellery shop or a guy who painted postcards.
This time I even painted a paperbag myself. Looks like it's drawn by a toddler, but at least I tried, right?
After that, we went to the temple with many stairs and monkeys again. The monkeys seemed to really hate us since they jumped into our car right away and tried to steal a bag. It luckily only got a package of cookies but still.
They destroyed a bench, bit open plastic bags with yoga supplies and one of them even pooped in there. If before you couldn't understand why anyone would hate monkeys, I guess now you do. One of them posed for me under the Thai flag though, so that one I didn't hate that much.
I then decided to walk along the beach with two friends where we looked for jellyfish in the water. We found one but it looked quite dead. We pulled it out of the water for a few minutes so we could take take a closer look at it. After we've seen what we wanted to see, we put it back in the ocean, just in case it was still alive.
After lunch we went swimming again and also took a few (I hope) instagram-worthy pictures. There we also saw a bride with her groom who were shooting wedding pictures on the big rocks. I got stung by a few jellyfish again but they were only really tiny ones so it didn't hurt that bad.
In the evening we all went to the Skybar of the Hua Hin Hilton Hotel, drank a few cocktails and enjoyed the gorgeous view.
Well, this week we did and it almost seemed like we were in the jungle. Except we had a magnificent view of the whole beach. With such an ambience it was impossible not to take pictures of, or rather with, it.
There I got the famous thai coconut ice cream and chocolate bubble waffles. Since we've already seen the whole market the previous week, we listened to the live band, which was playing there, the rest of the time.