Peter Pan & Captain Hook Resort
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Travel Blogs from Ko Kut
... tiny triangle of bread it was missing the tuna! John took it back and they immediately rectified this by sliding a wet teaspoonful of tuna into each triangle. It is now so wet on the plate the lower half is soggy. Too hungry to send it back I annoy myself for accepting it!
We're off at 7.15am and at. Bedtime the two nearest bars to our room are playing live music. I consider my earplugs but then will I hear the ...
... of exotic fruit. I am sucking ******* my stirring stick trying to look cool as Yasper comes over and introduces himself. Such a lovely guy he not only promises to check out our border crossing into Cambodia but also treats us to the six drinks we have consumed here!
We wander up the road to Morgans run by an Essex lad for some food before returning to our room and a full blissful night's ...
... ride begins! I'd thought the road to Pai was step and squiggly but these roads are narrower and steeper with no reassuring barriers at the extreme bends. Let alone any of those helpful "bend" or "curve" signs.
The road wriggles around the Northern end of the island before swooshing down into the first bay. Here he unloads 6 passengers along with our luggage which a young guy helpfully notices and throws back onto the roof before we head off again. It ...
... with turquoise waters, backed by palm trees and that's Koh Kood. It's also fairly undiscovered so the tourist infrastructure is basic (apart from some very fancy honeymoon style resorts which were obviously out of our price range!). We'd booked our accommodation in advance of arriving on the island as most of the resorts cater to package tourists so the number of backpacker options are fairly limited. Our bungalow was situated a 5 minute walk from the beach along ...
... flat out ignored us when we enquired as to their whereabouts. There was one other European man there whose bag had also gone missing. Then, a moto driver, who could speak English (and saw $$$$$$$ signs in our eyes), tried to help. Apparently some other passengers had got off the bus 2 hours before Koh Kong and taken all of the bags. He offered to drive Lloyd to the place where they got off, to look for the bags. We were told that the police were useless and wouldn't do ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Pets allowed