Chaweng Regent Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Koh Phangan is known as being a party island and is famous for its full moon parties which are held on the beach, where everybody covers themselves in neon body paint and dances til sunrise.
Hellen, Sami and myself had an interesting time in a 20 bed dorm, which because of the full moon required ...
... writing this blog sat in a cafe having a full English breakfast (with broccoli, cauliflower and carrots?!) and a cuppa tea! Today is a lazy day on the beach and who knows what tomorrow will bring! Just a very short blog today but we wanted to show you our Photos of the Buddhas and our very odd ...
... a wax figure. Most of his skin is still there, so many years later. He does sport some sunglasses, simply to hide his eyes which scared people they said. It was very morbid, but interesting nonetheless. Also interesting to watch ridiculous tourists take pictures with him, some doing peace signs or sitting like him. We just watched and shook our head thinking in his enlightened state, he had not intended or wanted people to visit him like that. Next we headed off to the part of ...
... dogs who are living from the tourists. In general they look quite healthy and are friendly. Omdat ik op de terugweg iets te enthousiast aan het rijden ben en los voorbij de zijstraat naar ons hotel ben gereden, rijden we dan maar nog een beetje verder naar Fisherman's Village. Een gehuchtje dat uitgegroeid is tot seafood restaurant heaven. Gisteren waren we hier overdag en hadden er een totaal verkeerde indruk van gekregen. Vandaag is duidelijk geworden dat dit ...
... danced uncontrollably to the eclectic mix of music genres reverberating from the stacks of speakers towering above the crowds. You couldn't see the sand beneath you for the rhythmically shuffling feet and empty drink containers strewn about the place. What followed (I think) was hours of mayhem, a dip in the sea (which now doubled up as the gents loos), and the standard drunken stumble home via 7-Eleven for a celebratory ...