Penny's Bungalow Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsPenny's Bungalow Resort Ko Chang
Lovely secluded place because the beach is made of boulders.
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... where I came from a side street and have avoided the flood.There were evening party with foam in two clubs of the village and beach party in my resort. But I had attended the night before to another pary at Nature beach resort and yesterday I was not in the mood for another one.I met a Uruguayan Gustavo who lives in London, two Germans of Hamburg and then in the ...
... north of the island. We found a bench overlooking the sea and stopped for a tuna sandwich...our favourite cheap traveller snack to make! We then headed back and Dave enjoyed all the windy roads. We stopped at a nice lookout too. That evening we decided to go out. Lonely Beach is meant to be THE party area with loud bars open until the early hours. Luckily our accommodation was up a hill away from it but you could hear music occasionally faintly. When we got down one of the main ...
... The next morning it was cloudy so we ended up sleeping off our hangover until 2pm. We went and got some lunch which left me and Abbie feeling even more ill (think we may have had a slight bug too - we need to start avoiding the ice out here!) so we went back to bed for a while! When we woke up we went for dinner and then couldn't think of anything nicer than curling up in bed and watching a film. I downloaded an app on my phone and we ...
Hi everyone, Thought I'd write you a little blog from Thailand. I'm currently sat on a bus on the way to the coast to get a ferry to the island of Ko Chang for a final bit of sunshine. It takes about 5hours so seemed like a good time to write. Last time I wrote we were about to leave Cambodia and head across into Thailand. We caught a bus which took us to the border (paid a bit extra for a bus to take us all the way to Bangkok). We managed to cross the border with surprising ease ...
It's so difficult to sleep, maybe it's still jet lag who knows, prob got 3 hours last night.. An early breakfast of old faithful scrambled eggs in toast washed down with a few strong coffees.. The water I needed desperately as none in my bungalow... Spent an hour on the beach and watched a girl clearing leaves from the water in a net... and packed my gear as was heading over to Peter and Bonnie's place... Although I'd already paid for this Bungalow at Ao Pong I felt more comfortable ...