Chai Chet Resort
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... seated in some corners!
I met several other people: three Polish girls who live in London and an entrepreneur in California. We spent the night together on the terrace of my hotel, but then we had a fight because one of the girls spent the whole evening surfing on her mobile phone and another was full of tattoos and I told them what I thought about it.I ended the evening for the first time at the famous TING TONG ...
... and more drinks and relaxed until we went back, reallllly tired. 31st Around 5 am a group of French twits thought it was a good idea to run around and make noice around the bungalows till I got up ****** of, opened our door and shouted to shut up. We slept till half 8 and than drove to Nature's for breakfast. It was great, still quiet and the water beautiful so after breakfast we jumped in and stayed on the beach. Around 10:30 Maria phoned to tell us they had managed to reserve our ...
... 30pm, in good time for us to catch our 6.30pm train to Hua Hin. But of course, we're on Thai time now (i almost forgot). Instead, we reached Khao San Road a little after 7pm that night! We were all told to get off of the bus, which was a little confusing as were under the impression that we were going to the train station, not Khao San Road! We were told to get on a separate mini bus after we had grabbed our backpacks which had been hastily dumped on the sidewalk. We hopped ...
... of the island looks somewhat like the island on Jurassic Park, with similar creatures within (we'll come to that story later).
We were thrown, along with our luggage, into the songthaews (open-backed shared taxi's) that were awaiting our arrival, and were taken to our accommodation "Oasis Bungalows" in the Lonely Beach area of the island. We booked ourselves into a jungle cabin, with open air bathroom facilities - somewhat more rustic than ...
... be water buffalo, I decided to stretch my budget and ordered a steak. I can honestly say it was one of the best tastiest steaks that I have ever had. Who would have thought this would be in a little island of Thailand.
After 5 days of chilling on the beach we are heading back to Bangkok with plans of heading to Ayutthaya for some culture and temples. The trip back was not too bad and we even had a couple of good movies to watch on the bus.