Chaloklum Bay Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Japanese Garden which was a different bay and therefore contained very different fish. We saw lots of colourful 'Parrot Fish' and whilst snorkelling we could hear them nibbling on the rocks below. It was fascinating and something we could have watched for hours. Today we felt was one of the hottest days we had yet experienced and were very liberal with the sun cream keeping Daisy in the shade as much as possible. We arrived back on the main land and went for ...
... got a taxi to her resort and lucky for this as it was quite a hike as it turns out. There we got ready and headed out for the evening to see what Ko Tao had to offer in the way of night life.
We decided to have a wonder down the yellow brick road to find somewhere to eat, finally settling on the BBQ cottage which specialises in BBQ skewers. I had ...
... the night as they must have been cold (what a shame!!). We went down to the beach for some sunbathing as we didn’t have enough time to do some snorkeling. We had a little swim as well before we decided to have an authentic Thai massage on the beach! It took an hour and we were both put through the wrangle of being stretched, trodden on and pulled about whilst "enjoying" the experience. After we were done we did ...
At the airport, we checked in our luggage and had a little stroll around, realizing that we would soon be boarding a plane homeward bounds. The two flights to Surat Thani were not too bad, as we got free snacks and coffee. Arriving in Surat Thani we reclaimed our bags and found a travel company to find out about transport to Koh Phangan. Finding a couple of different options we went for the cheapest and decided to sleep on the boat that night and so quickly jumped in a taxi to ...
... uphills, and brakes precariously soft on the downhills. The next stage was to the beach. The Thai person manning the 'Rescue Point' told us it was 2km and we would be fine with the scooters. We perhaps made it 300m before turning around! Not a chance in hell. The girls were walking down because it was so steep, and at one point when Andrzej got ahead of us and tried to come back up the hill, the scooter didn’t have enough power with one person on it to climb the hill. We had to ...