Peter Pan Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Ko Kut
... out our bus tickets to Cambodia and getting around there too. We have got a few 12 hour and overnight journeys to look forward to in the next week. Now that the long weekend is over there is ************e in lonely beach anymore. We had Thai sausage and rice for dinner, which is truly disgusting! Then we got some Thai rum and coke to take back to the room and drink. Very sad and antisocial of us. 3rd June - We got a taxi to what is meant to be the best beach on Koh Chang, ...
... and a sign attached saying "Do not touch the dog" so I stayed well away. Even going near it, it growled. We went to sit in the restaurant area and got chatting to a German guy, Christian. We arranged to meet tomorrow to go and see some waterfalls which were meant to be impressive. Then we went to a place just down the road called Peter Pan resort and walked through to their beach. It was really beautiful with palm trees and perfect sand. The sea was really clear and ...
... lunch at one of the resorts in the beach. A $6 pad Thai doesn't taste any better at a fancy place. My $1 street one has that beat. I find a hilltop coffee shop by following a sign pointing up a hill in the woods. Hilltop view coffee. I have a banana shake with an amazing view. This island is growing on me. I'm ready to call it a night, . I walk back towards my place after a nice dinner out and a stroll, and I hear the dreaded sound as i round the ...
... time forays there. Jon has gone for a walk to a west coast bay to check out a couple of places there.We might just get a ferry to Ko Chang as Mak is a little too rustic and undeveloped - very few eatery options.This morning at breakfast I met the third Siamese cat I've seen in 22 years of visiting Thailand, also a ginger moggy that wasn't tabby but matt orange - I've never seen one of ...
... locals. Our nights sleep was the icing on the cake of anti-lonely-plant-recommendation when we were subjected to unbelievably loud bongo drum music on loop from about 4am until dusk when it was replaced with booming Muslim prayer song until we got up. This coupled with sleeping on an almost wooden mattress under a flannel sized blanket helped Paddy's Bamboo secure it's place as the worst hostel of the ...