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At Say Cheese and while enjoying a drink we meet each other and discuss the planning for the bike ride. Of course we take the route and a number of safety issues. Then there is time for any questions ...

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Let's take a break ... Prepare yourself spiritually and physically for a bike ride tomorrow with a little pretense. Come and chill on our terrace.

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From Hua Hin to Prachuapkhirikhan, a distance of 96km. We leave Hua Hin in the direction of Sam Roi Yot National Park and cycle, at ease between the limestone mountains along the beach, to Prachuapkhirikhan.

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Prachuapkhirikhan to Bang Saphan, a distance of 100 km. We cycle along the coast. We are now leaving the most important tourist areas, on our way to a quiet place ...

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Bang Saphan to Chumphon, a distance of 101 km. Our route continues along the coast, with a beautiful view of the sea on the left and rough mountains on the right as we cycle through the narrowest part of Thailand until we just land north of Chumpon.

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Chumphon to Kraburi, a distance of 80 km. The west coast of the Andaman Sea is a great ride with breathtaking nature.

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Kraburi to Ranong, a distance of 69 km. We cross the Isthmus and head west, through a winding road through the glorious jungle with beautiful mountains to the spa town of Ranong, where you can enjoy hot thermal springs on your own ocassion...

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Ranong to Bang Ben, a distance of 59 km. Splendid beaches and mangroves with crabs and many birds.

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Bang Ben to Kuraburi a distance of 80 km. On a winding road we cycle through the valleys and pass pleasant villages. The children call "farang" what Westerners mean.

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Kuraburi to Khoa Lak, a distance of 90 km. We continue our journey to the south and cycle from valley to valley to the picturesque Khoa Lak, one of the most wrecked areas by the Tsunami of 2004.

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Khoa Lak to Thai Muang, a distance of 38 km. There are a few small hills we need to cross. After that it is almost flat to Thai Muang. The photo of the turtle is taken at the Turtle Conservation Center in Thai Muang.

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Thai Muang to Phuket. Thai Muang, about 25km north of the Sarasin Bridge, translates freely, "the last stop of the tin mine", and was the home of many Chinese tin miners in the 18th century. For us it's the last stop for Phuket.

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We stay in Phuket. Today a rest day after all miles of cycling.

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Closure of the cycling tour. We say goodbye to each other and everybody goes on their own occasion. Do you want to return to Hua Hin? Let us know. The price is not yet known at the moment.