Mercure Koh Chang Hideaway Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... especially those of the deadly dengue fever that there seems to be in the area, being close to Cambodia), a normal group of Thai having their dinner and living in their own world, two nerds thai guys who wanted to offer me cigarettes and beers for who knows what stories, three Swedes playing cards in the dark between a click and the other on their smartphone and then a group of French all absorbed in their phones and tablets! At one point I left, but I ...
... included so we make sure to make the best of it! Breakfast for me normally contains: toast, cereal (they have chocolate cereal and we never get that at home so I make sure to eat it), eggs, water and malaria pills (I guess they don't really count but, I have been taking them ever since we got here). 4. Homework time! I am not a huge fan of this part of the day but, it has to be done. 5. Swim in the pool. Our pool is pretty cold but, even in the morning when it is ...
... shops and restaurants and showed them Buddha View. Than we walked back and drove to Lonely Beach where we had a coffee and went to say goodbye to Long who was busy as always putting a tattoo on somebody's arm. We walked a little more through the village and than said goodbye to Eric and Pat. We would most probably see them again when we we in Phuket with Michel and Brigitte for 2 days before leaving for Chang Mai. I drove to the hotel and dropped Andrea before driving back to Bailan ...
... also placed a food order. 7 million hawkers have come past but no-one's tried to sell us anything. I drink several pints of Leo. Don't tell his mum Hill tribe birds are still selling the wooden frogs Rices come out as a heart and a teddy bear. I think they're calling me fat Many beers to the good we wander back Apparwntly flight MH370 has gone missing from KL to China. 227 passengers, 12 crew, no bad weather, no wreckage. All gone Suckasses. Hope goes out to all United - ...
... boat. A great example of tourists renewing tourism.
Glad to be back on dry land we headed to the pub and sampled some live Thai music in the form of a one legged Jack Sparrow lookalike singing about how his ex wife was a ladyboy. Splendid.
December 11th - While Dan went diving the girls and I had a lazy day on the beach. After listening to as much of Kim's iPod as I could take we decided it was time for a night out. Dan thankfully returned in one piece ...