Monkey Island Resort
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... extra points off a particular bump, as my head didn’t fully touch the ceiling (Rob’s did)! We did however reach speeds of 130km/hr, so I’m sure that reclaimed some of our lost points.
So we had our five hour coach tour from Bangkok to the Central Ferry to head to Koh Chang. We arrived to our bungalow/hut after riding on the back of a truck – what a neat experience. Plus all the banana trees and ...
I've figured out that the best way to deal with the heat: water. Not just showers, although the cold water feels nice (why would anyone want hot showers here!), but you're sticky again as soon as you dry off. Swimming is a different matter. You're in the water long enough to lower your core temperature a bit. Although, this is not quite the 'refreshing dip' I'm used to. With a water temperature above 30C it's easy to get into. And it's not just warm at the top. There are ...
... a tip himself. I tell Phidel I've had it with Cambodia already and he tells me not to be daft and that all borders are like this.
We are then instructed to get on the back of a motorbike each. I take a look at the small moto drivers and flimsy toy bikes and wonder what will become of me and my heavy backpack.
But I really shouldn't have worried. These guys know what the crack is when it comes to driving.
Phidel is on the back of one and I'm ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMonkey Island Resort Koh Mak
Expensive, nice looking bungalow, decent stretch of beach, nice looking resort
Downs : open air bathrooms -rats, massive spiders, mozzies, ants etc inside
food was appalling by thai standards. Too expensive
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