Koh Mak Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... we did some sports, had a shower at felt like driving to White Sand. It is the biggest village on the island, we quite like it but it is a little far to everywhere else if you stay there. We stayed on the beach for a couple of hours bought some fruit for lunch and than went for a walk. We walked right to the beginning of the beach where there's some real cute rooms and bungalows which are the last remaining originals of probably the 60's. We had a banana shake in one of the ...
... and the amazing spring rolls). There was an English camp on Thursday and Friday. Cammy and Kevin came to help. Friday was the best, I taught some Irish dancing, Dad, Ryan and Seth taught some Gaelic football – the poor boys suffered in the heat! Pi Anne taught Mum some Thai craft. Overall Ocean and I loved showing them Kutchum and I think they loved here too – even if Seth and Ryan refused to sleep in our house after one night!!
Our next stop was Koh ...
... feel better (thats what I told her anyway!! Burger King will be good for you, you'll feel better). After we munched our midnight feast and had a shower we got into bed and fell straight to sleep. We couldn't be any happier that the day was over! And I got my Burger King! Travelling to our Hua Hin in one day, sounded like a good idea at the time, but it really did take its toll. A few days to recover on the beach and we will have forgotten about the day of travelling, ...
Sorry for the last messed up at the end update, but I tried argueing with this I pad for over a day and it won, so I will continue. The Wat was great and we have pics to prove.
Continuing on...We took a speed boat from Trat Thailand to the isle of Koh Mat where we have been for the last couple of days. We stayed at a cute bungaloo for two nights but it was on the far side of the island and were were having ...
... take about 3 hours. Once you're in Thailand though, it's no longer greenback friendly so you should have exchanged your money at Poipet. (Lesson learned: exchange your money at Poipet instead of Koh Chang as the rates are better) The same bus that took you from Poipet to Trat will also board the ferry over to Koh Chang. Here they will offer to drive you to your place of stay, unless of course you're going to Bang Bao like we are. Bang Bao is ...