Gajapuri Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Ko Chang
... town We see a few streets sandbagged off with barbed wire. Very odd that there's protests etc here and we're just driving throigh the middle of it, 10 minutes from where we're staying About 15 mins for us to taxi twice the length of the Khao San road. Taxi driver asks us if we ate dog since we've been to laos and vietnamese. Apparently vietnamese all the menu is dog. Everyone apart from the Thais only eat dog. Enough fool. If I've eaten dog it clearly tastes ok Pimpy hotel room. ...
... a political rebel but provides endless educational entertainment for me!
In front of my tent the family father sometimes builds a log fire. He has long black hair with a matching beard. He has a gentle face which he decorates with wooden jewellery. His arms have complete sleeves of tattoos all done using the traditional bamboo method. He has built his house and the surrounding area including the toilet/shower which has 4 walls but no roof. It has ...
... he helped us.
When we returned to the girls they were taking about weddings. They decided, thankfully, that this wasn't suitable conversation for boys and told us to go and amuse ourselves around town. So Dan and I headed off into the night looking for a more reliable pool table. It wasn't long before we found one in a small bar full of very friendly punters. Two ladies asked if we wanted to play pool and a doubles game was on. After a couple of shots I noticed ...
... Then came what we were thinking would be the highlight of the day; grabbing a couple of kayaks and heading out to some of the smaller islands. We should of seen the signs really that it wasn't going to be our day... The nearest place that we had come across was only two minutes from where we were staying. When we got there, there was only one two man kayak available. Our hope was to get a one man and a two man kayak for the three of us to go over but ...
... Kood. We couldn’t have asked for better weather, the sea was like a mirror. Serene all but disturbed by a few minor ripples with reflections of the clouds made out like a watercolour painting. As we approached Koh Mak, the island before Koh Kood, the sea started to change into the most incredible colour of turquoise, crystal clear, you could see the bottom of the ocean. Heaven on earth. The speed-boat journey was fun, we zipped across the sea at lightning speed and had time ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet