Chaweng Cabana Resort
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- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Chaweng
To get to Koh Phayam i was unable to pre book any of it. I had to be out on the main road ready to flag down the irregular running bus from 6:45. I think i waited about 20 minutes. The bus was nice and took me to the bus station where then got a coach to Ranong which took about 4 hours. Then from there a 40 minute speedboat to the island of Koh Phayam. A very long not so straight forward journey but it really was worth it. When i arrived i was ...
... hey no harm in trying! We went and checked out a place known as waterfall 2 which was nice enough but very busy. We took a ride in a 4x4 and on the way back from the waterfall we sat in the seats on the roof. "Erm Gemma, the seat belts broken... Hold on!" We headed back to the town in time for our pick up stopping for a refreshing swim at a little quiet beach just outside of Chaweng Town. We are now sat on the boat heading over to see what Koh Tao is saying! ...
... Manager on nearly every day we were there - tough job he has! I think he was german but had the same Thai smile. A charming chap who made a point of chatting to us both on our last day and actually came to wave us off as we left on the boat at midday to be raced to Tongsai Bay back on Koh Samui.
Not so many freebies here but the food was really good - and both in perfect viewing positions - one on the hillside the other at the beachfront! ...
... didn't expect to see more at these non-tourist temples. We were wary around the Wats though as they have an abundance of stray dogs and Rosie had already had a bad experience. Just before Charlie and Stephanie left us we all went looking for a temple near the elephant gate. When we pulled in to park the were a lot of dogs barking away. Nobody was keen but Steph got out and the dogs actually seemed friendly. Turned out there were new puppies, so they were being protective. As ...
... paramedics took him away, the feeling of defeat was paralyzing. The Spanish gentleman walked into the shore break, dropped to his knees and began to pray as the question of "what if?" began to resonate in my head.
What if I had just been down there a little sooner, would this have made the difference? Could he have lived if just even a few minutes earlier, I had noticed him being dragged down by the rip current that took his life? And unfortunately, just as I was taught ...