Aunchaleena Beach Front Resort
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... white tiles I've seen in over 4 months despite the fact that it's open air. The door handle, clothes hooks and shelves are all creatively made from bits of wood. Last night I sat on the toilet, a little merry from the Hong Thong whiskey I shared with the tattoo artist earlier, and by chance I looked up; the palm trees were lit up and glowing from the full moon's glare. With a tipsy grin on my face I simply thought that this has got to be the best toilet ...
... and reflect on the beautiful surroundings. I know it might be hard for people back home to understand, but you often find yourself drawn into daily life, like anywhere in the world, you often forget where you are and need these moments to digest what a beautiful place it is. When you remove yourself from the dusty streets, the smell of cooking fish and garlic that often lingers in the high-street, the insects and stray mangy dogs etc you are left with nothing but the beauty of ...
... a photo facing each end to give you an idea of what a 'high-street' looks like here!
For those venturing out this way in rainy season, here are five ways to tell when a storm is on its way in Koh Chang:
- It suddenly gets extremely windy
- It suddenly gets cloudy
- A lot of people suffer with a headache the whole day until it rains
- The internet connection starts playing up or cuts out completely
- The ants start coming ...
... carrots. The smoothies are great, but they insist on covering most of their food with blue cheese. the Thais have never been renowned for the blue cheese, and now I know why.
Next we head north again. Only 1 Km from the only hospital on Ko Chang we nearly have an accident - it is the best place to have an accident if you are going to have one, but the massive snake that was basking in the middle ...
... got louder I knew we would have to soon move aside because I didn’t want my head in a toilet, at least not a Thai toilet. Regardless, I took my time to make sure everything was in order and that the little guy was safe all along the way. The first couple of traverses were difficult for him. On one, we needed to stand on a cable with our hands on upper cables, all the time walking uphill and trying to negotiate safety lines past obstacles that were designed to arrest your fall ...