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... no electricity, lots of gaps in the floors and ceilings…thank goodness for a mosquito net which seems so far to not have any holes in it. But let me mention….one of the most STUNNING views I have ever seen from the deck and window in a beach bungalow…for the bargain price of 300 baht (a bit less than $10 a night) A shack with a million dollar ocean view….. Can I survive here? Well, I’m sure I can survive,,, but can I enjoy it ...
... give advice on where to stay and the layout of the island, been here so many times now.. The catamaran was slow, stops off at Koh Koot before reaching Koh Mak, took around 2 hours and with room at Pop was 750 baht.. Lots cheaper than getting Koh Chang speedboat. Arrived around 1.30pm and was greeted by Bonnnie,, sadly I don't have my usual small bedsit type beach side bungalow but this time a have a whole bungalow out the back on the side of the road the size of ...
... was 'you know they contain hash', said with a s******, backed up laughter from the colleagues. Still not really getting the concept that this was a place to get smashed i pressed on 'do you have any that don't contain hash?'. 'Try the supermarket next door (old man)' with another s******. I was obviously the only one on the island not to realise that baked cookies here meant only one thing-they were certainly not triple chocolate! In fairness the main beach was as beautiful ...
Today us four and Steven, the guy we were introduced to at dinner last night, all went on a day long tour to Koh Kong's jungle. We were picked up in the morning by the tuk tuk, which took us to a small harbour where we got a boat, which took us across a big lake surrounded by mangroves and other greenery. We then started our trek through the jungle, in the pouring rain, we were soaking wet and crawling, ...
... and watched some tv. 17th We woke up and decided to go to white beach after breakfast. First we took a few photo's on the porch of our bungalow and we wanted to take some of the elephant's that were in a small camp that was actually next door to us but we wanted to get nearer to them later on. Our bungalow actually is a bit in the back right at the start of the mountains where the jungle starts, real fun as we therefore are visited and are often in the middle of all kinds ...