Travel Blogs from Ko Chang
Soooo.. This was supposed to be our departure day, but Michelle had a lot of tattoos which intrigued leanne, which lead to a visit to see charlie (bambootattooonthemove). Coming away for this visit with a appointment at 5pm meant the tattoo as going ahead. Jen wasn't well again in the morning so was pretty chilled out, and we had been invited to free tapas in the same place as last night (world of tapas). 3pm came and we made our way to lonely beach to have food ...
Despite escaping the Bangkok heat we were hit with soaring humidity, the sky was fit to burst with rain, insects roared, big black mozzies bee-lined to our knees, arms and ankles... why there?! It itches so much more there!
We spent the afternoon at a cafe drinking fanta, whilst I performed "open heart surgery" on my poor camera. All it would display is error messages. According to YouTube, I had to open it ...
... was private and
they wanted to put me on a ferry within 30mins and send me to the mainland for
at least 250 quid plus the treatment, P called the insurance and they said they
wouldn’t pay and I would need to get to a government hospital. The island is
tiny but the road is only on the coast and the government hospital is an hour
from where we are staying, or 35mins from the clinic.
I was writhing in agony and shoved in ...
... But Pipat read about couch surfing earlier this year and thought it sounded like a nice idea. As the only CS-er in the area, I think he receives a lot of requests.
He lives well out of the city down a small pot-holed, red, dirt road – to the rubber farm we go! Over 4000 trees tapped in a way similar to Maple. The cut a small slit in the bark where the liquid drips down into little buckets. Workers go throughout the night to cut ...
... loud and his cart jiggles about to the music while he makes the pancake. Mental ! I will have to try and get a video sometime. Picture of my pancake above – I know it looks a mess but believe me it melts in the mouth.
I’ll finish off with a few bits of info to anyone considering visiting Thailand:
- It is preferred that you do not walk around the streets in your bikini, speedos, or swimming shorts with no t-shirt. The Thai’s ...