Mercure Koh Chang Hideaway Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Also. Footware is removed on entering a house and is left outside. Bear feet only. This long hangar in which I am now reclining has an entrance at each end. At the far end are seven pairs of sandals on the ground. At the main entrance there are fourteen pairs of sandals. Within the hangar there are twelve people, including staff. Any theories, my dear Watson? Time can weigh heavily upon the idle mind.
Read and wrote, and then ...
... a large Belgian waffle with chocolate sauce for half the price and we can get a delicious green curry meal for $3). So when we thought we would try a more local coffee... maybe we should have noted the 'red flags'....1) the big sign out front saying "Freshed Coffee"; 2) when the lady asked if I wanted sugar in my coffee and I said no, she responded "No sugah?!?! You no wan sugah in your coffee?!?! It's vewy vewy strawng coffee. You sure you no want sugah?"... ...
Hi everyone, Thought I'd write you a little blog from Thailand. I'm currently sat on a bus on the way to the coast to get a ferry to the island of Ko Chang for a final bit of sunshine. It takes about 5hours so seemed like a good time to write. Last time I wrote we were about to leave Cambodia and head across into Thailand. We caught a bus which took us to the border (paid a bit extra for a bus to take us all the way to Bangkok). We managed to cross the border with surprising ease ...
... their trunks then squirt it over the nearest person.
After a lovely day on the beach we mosey along to the Mohito Lounge just along the road from us (where Jamie has played in the past). He has told us to make ourselves known to Yasper one of the owners. It is Happy Hour and we indulge ourselves in some rather fancy cocktails. You know the sort with flowers and curly straws, stirring sticks ...
... outside and it was scorching hot and full of people. Then we had to walk 500m through no-man's land with our bags before queuing up again at passport control to enter Thailand. This bit was inside....except the air con wasn't on and there were about 200 people squashed in a tiny room. We queued with Andrew and Dave and tried to amuse ourselves by playing games such as "who is sweating the most!" We were all (along with everyone else) very very ...