Golden Cliff Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Arrived in Ko Chang and got a taxi to Lonely beach, the backpackers resort. When we arrived most of the accommodation was booked up and after being shown a few rooms with no ceilings and not wanting a repeat of the rat night we decided to have a few nights of luxury but spend less on food and drink to keep spending within our £30 per day budget. We checked into a really nice pool side villa with aircon, hot-ish shower, plasma tv ...
... called Christina and an Italian guy named Roberto. Roberto gave me a chance to practice my perishing Italian which to my surprise wasn't as bad as I thought and we quickly struck up a conversation.. Christina was Canadian but typically American with her openness views, advice and wellbeing philosophy... I knew at once she had practised yoga.. But a very bright woman and enjoyable to sit next to. The second long half of ...
... is when we would want to contact home. Also you could never get into a film on the cable tv as the signal always dropped. It was only a 2 min walk to the beach from out room and hubby took his fishing rod down to the rocks for the first time. Was not very successful lol, he kept getting caught on rock or the bottom lol, he was practicing as never used the rod before. We think the locals found if rather amusing. We ate and drank at a few places here's a few ...
... and a cold in such a lovely place. I slept away the afternoon in bed to see if that would help.
We need to sort our border crossing and Yasper brings Max too see us. I had thought that if we got an Evisa on line that this would avoid the scam possibility at the border. Max, a local Thai guy who runs an agency here, said that a mini bus would take us to the border and here his driver would sort the visas for the whole bus. If you had got an Evisa ...
... checks or photos ect that everyone else was having. Once we had got to the front of the que and had our passport checked we walked to the border crossing. There was another scam going on there where you were told you needed a health check to come across and were charged $2 for someone to pretend to check your temperature. But again we didnt get fooled. Once we got past all this fuss and arrived at the other side expecting to jump on our coach, we were told ...