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Wow! What a show
Next stop (after I had managed to heave myself back into the boat - not a pretty sight!) was Kho Ku Dee. On the way the English lad got a bit chatty and it turns out he is from Reading. It's such a small world really.
Kho Ku Dee is really just a truck stop island. It has a toilet and a shop on it but that's about it. We had a 1 hour stop here so after a quick dip (the water ...
... more and it doesn't annoy me as much anymore. I don't know if thats good or bad, but it is what it is...you just have to get used to it. My heart goes out to a lot of these girls that don't have a choice and get sucked into this horrible existence. There is a lot more i could say about this, but its just too hard to explain in writing. Anyways, I told you that, to tell you this: Pattaya has an area of it that is a few blocks long that makes Bangkok look like Sunday School. ...
... buy an umbrella in Bangkok and immediately regretted this decision.
As the songthaew stopped at Hin Kok beach we dived off, grabbed our bags and ran into the first accommodation we could find, Naga Bungalows. We had read about this place in our Rough Guides book. Although cheap (350 bahts per night - £7.60) the rooms weren't great. We decided to book for 3 nights as the rain was still pouring down and neither of us fancied venturing along the ...
... hear another thing about the match for days.
A couple more lazy days on Koh chang went by and we were ready to leave. Mel had now been bitten twice as much as me and not only that...the size of the place was starting to bore us. Our batteries were fully charged and we were ready to start our journey to Cambodia..on a mission to find out more about this Paul Potts fella! First though we'd need to stop one night near the Thai border before heading into Cambodia.
Next stop, Trat.
... on my journey. When I arrived at the pier, I then took a speed boat to the island. The beach was gorgeous. I jumped off the boat onto the perfectly white sand and looked around at places to stay and settled on Naga Bungalows. I had my own cute little hut with yellow curtains and a mosquito net over the bed. The first thing I did was put on my Ipod and go for a run on the beach. On the way back I saw a group ...