Koh Kood Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... t get it. We eventually tore ourselves away and walked to the next tree which was even taller. When we went back to our bikes, the Thai group were still there and showed us the seeds which they had put in water...that was what they had been talking about. Whatever had been in the seed pod was now in the water, brown and looking almost like seaweed - so strange! They invited us to try some. We were a bit hesitant not knowing what it was but we all tried some. It was ...
Our stay on the banks of the River Kwai had been so enjoyable, we were all a little reluctant to leave. But we had more adventures to enjoy, so we made our way towards the Thai border, ready to cross on Saturday at 8am.
Des enjoyed the drive to a town called Kampaeng Phet, where we pulled off the highway and engaged a tuk tuk driver to escort ...
... et ce n’était pas facile de trouver quelque part pour manger.
On est tout de même resté une semaine, puisque c’était vraiment apaisant comme endroit. On était souvent les seuls dans la guesthouse (on pouvait du coup profiter de la table de ping pong à volonté, d’énormes progrès ont été réalisés). Le 2è jour, un japonais très sympa appelé Kinko est arrivé et l’endroit semblait un peu moins désert. Notre meilleure journée, nous avons tous loué ...
... br> 23rd November 2009
Okay so today I took the Bao Bang speed boat to Ko Kut, a trip of about two hours, unfortunately the seas were kind of choppy. I was fine but the wife of the nice American guy I met looked ready in throw up the entire time. I spend most of my time on the speedboat chatting to this nice American guy who had sent six years of his school life in Perth.
Because the roads on Ko Kut are not great we were dropped off at ...
... beside Thailand's only sumo wrestler. I never caught his name, but for the moment, let's just call him Jabba the Hutt. Jabba had the tendency to move (roll) in his sleep, unfortunately on to me, trapping my left arm, or the whole left flank of my body under his mass and preventing any further flow of blood through my body. A soft tap, as a sign of submission, was usually enough, to get me unlevered, ...