Golden Cliff Beach Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... bungalow cafés have lazy loungy seats to just kick back in. This was chillax lifestyle at its best. We stayed at a great spot at the end of the bay in Freedom Bungalows. Here the owner had created a natural swimming pool from the river that flowed down from a nearby waterfall creating a cool refreshing place to cool off. We went on a couple of treks through dense jungle to the other side of the island where there are just a few bungalows and nothing else. The beaches here ...
... Koh Chang and wait out my time on a beach. And here I write from Koh Chang! It's the second largest Thai island after Phuket, but it is far less developed and still retains a rustic feel. The resorts are outnumbered by the classic beach bungalows, and there are few attractions outside of low-key bars, live music and sun-bathing. Adam, Elena and I will head to Vietnam followed by Cambodia! I cannot wait to see the sites, but I'm even more excited to see familiar faces! See you soon ...
... of exotic fruit. I am sucking ******* my stirring stick trying to look cool as Yasper comes over and introduces himself. Such a lovely guy he not only promises to check out our border crossing into Cambodia but also treats us to the six drinks we have consumed here!
We wander up the road to Morgans run by an Essex lad for some food before returning to our room and a full blissful night's ...
Observations from a Tuk-Tuk: Driving through the countryside at night, almost all houses had electricity, but were usually very dimly lit by a single flourescent bulb or the glow of a television screen. Most of the people we talked to had cell phones, but no computer, and access to the internet is relatively expensive at around $2/hour.
Most places we went, motorcycles served as family vehicles. It was not uncommon to see machines smaller than most bicycles carrying four, five, ...
... took us to Trat. From Trat we got in a blue pickup taxi to take us to the ferry. The ferry to koh kong took about 40 minutes and then we rented a blue truck taxi with four German guys to take us to the far end of the island to klong kloi beach. We plan to spend a few days just beaching it before we head to Bangkok. We wanted to stay at klong kloi cottage but they were full tonight so we booked for tomorrow night and stayed at the yuyu ...