The Chill Koh Chang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
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tHEY finally finished the work of the roof and knocked all the pieces left a few meters from my bungalow! I left and then covered them with the sheets found around. Among other things I have become cleaner beach of Lonely beach where glass and plastic bottles arrive from the sea that I collect as the local resort do not care about it! Shame on them!I make the rounds at the beach early in the morning and around ...
... get much harder and steeper the next 7 hours it was a good moment to decide. Maria had to wait for ten minutes for another guide to pick her up and bring her down which happened as we found out later. We went on and on and on and on and up real steep until around 1 when we stopped for lunch and a swim at a waterfall. We were all completely drenched with sweat and it was great to fresh up. Of course it was all real beautiful as the nature is in the jungle here. Saw some interesting trees ...
... By the time we reached our mini bus, i was dripping with sweat (definitely get that from my Dad). We climbed aboard the bus and headed out of Ko Chang and towards the ferry. It took 15 minutes to get to the ferry and then waited a further 45 minutes for the ferry to actually fire up and leave the port. Isn't it strange how you always get seated next to the weirdest people on these things. Weird looking guys picking at their toe nails and people sitting backwards on their ...
... we stopped for lunch - fresh crab for £4. The best thing about this tiny village situated over the water was that it gave us a chance to experience day-to-day Thai life without the tourist factor - we were the only 'farangs' (Thai for tourist) there the whole time! We finished up the day by stopping of at the ViewPoint Cafe, owned by the charismatic Dick, to watch the sunset and attempt to capture some half decent photos. On Monday morning we got up early to try and ...
... a Falafal place, that sold her favourite food. Later we walked about 1 km to where the falafal place and when we got there the guy told us he didn't have any. Very disappointing. Koh Chang is the second largest island of Thailand and is geared for tourists. Plenty of bars and restaurants with lots of nightlife. Most places are in easy walking distance but we decided to hire a scooter to explore the island. It was a really good day driving along ...