We start the day with a short transfer to our start point just outside Hua Hin. Today's ride will be along the coast with picturesque fishing boats making excellent photo opportunities. We start our ride at a temple where we ready our bikes for a very flat ride past fishing villages, schools, temples and many coconut plantations. Following a windy road that offers some shade we soon find ourselves in the midst of shrimp farms and we'll weave through the town of Praknam Pran and see the squid drying racks and fish market. We ride past Khao Kalok, a large rock that separates one bay from another, numerous resorts and if the wind is right we'll see a kite surfer or two. After entering Sam Roi Yot (300 hundred peaks) National Park, known for numerous caves, beaches and limestone cliffs, we ride to the base of Phraya Nakhon Cave, where we'll have lunch. For those enthusiastic, there's a climb up to the two caverns which are unique in that they are naturally illuminated due to a collapsed roof. In 1890 King Rama V visited the cave and built a royal pavilion which became the symbol of Prachuap Khiri Khan province. We then hop in the van to miss a busy section of highway to our next seaside resort.