Ban Jaidee Guesthouse
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Basic and small room, but clean and comfortable. Friendly staff
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... 10 a night, but when they came back from a walk I noticed the dad carrying a pile of sticks. He proceeded to start a small campfire and cook his own food…now that is budget. The kids are not only running around with no clothes on, the parents are barely wearing any themselves. I feel like I'm staying next to John Lennon and Yoko Ono. I’ve stayed in some rough places on my travels before. But this hut is way rough. It has no fan, a ...
I slept last night from around 8 till 1am so spent the rest of the night chatting with Vicky and fantasising lol.. Our secret!... I was showered and off to ATM and Pharmacy to grab some bits like toothpaste, tried getting more coconut oil as I've run out. Back at Pop guesthouse now for breakfast of 2 bacon sandwiches and coffee. Caught the free Songthaw to the pier in Trat, met a nice German couple who were on the Cambodia bus and also going to Koh Mak. I love being ...
... were the only white people, everyone else was Cambodian and for some reason, we still haven't figured out why, they were all fully dressed and swimming in jeans and shirts of course we got straight into our bikinis and were given some serious strange looks. There was also a tree swing hanging over the river which was really cool. We've had a lovely day, very busy and active and were all ready for a chilled evening and a good ...
... it for free, so that was real nice of him as others asked at least 1000 bath to do it. Anyway, we went back for a shower, in which we have to be careful as no soap or shampoo should get on the tattoo. We than took the bike and drove north where as Long told us there was a small Sunday evening market. We had something to eat there and walked around a bit but there was not really anything interesting so we left and went to have a drink in front of our resort. After that we ...
... here. Next was to find a way from the very north of the island to the very south which was a good 23km, a passing taxi - if you can call it that, it was actually the back of a van that had a couple of benches fitted into it - agreed to take us there. We squeezed into the back and head down the islands one road. Within 5 minutes we came to the first beach sight, this was the busiest and most popular of the beaches and even speeding through it you could tell. Hoards ...