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Travel Blogs from Ko Chang
... thank god, we were starving). We decided to share plain rice and a chicken dish. Big mistake! The chicken was gristly and covered in small fiery chilies, we were suffering after just a mouthful so we forced in as much as we could (mainly the plain rice) and left the rest. We got back on the bus quite quickly to enjoy the air con before we continued our journey to Bangkok. The traffic in and around Bangkok was horrendous! The bus was supposed to arrive at Bangkok train station ...
... inside our bungalow. We're not kidding when we say that this Gecko was huge, and was perched on the wall next to one of our pillows. We spent the next 30 minutes trying to remove it using a broom to no avail, so decided to go ask the owner of the bungalows if he knew how we could get rid of it. His response was simply "jah we know, he lives der, itz his 'ome" (said in a Dutch accent!). This is proof that we are now at one with nature as we shared our hut with ...
So our final morning at Amber Sands and we are woken by thunder storms. So we decide to have some down time in our room and pack. Finally the rain stop so we head out for breakfast/lunch. Then to the beach for swing and hammock time before leaving. The mammoth journey begins to Bangkok. 4x4 to the ferry, ...
... of Ankhor Wat, Siem Reap. Visa included, with border crossing assistance all for about $50. Can't ask for more convenience.
I have also found the destination where I will finish my stay in Thailand. Just south of Bangkok is a monastery of tattooing monks. After contributing a small donation to the monastery a monk will decide what he will etch on my body with ink, bamboo and hammer.
Cheers to all,
... at me till he signed away 80 quid, although I was
screaming and they had started hooking me up to monitors. They tested blood and
pumped me full of morphine while telling us there are 3 snake on the island,
one makes you blind, one stops you breathing and one affects the
muscles......so they needed to monitor me! They also mentioned critical
My foot was bright red and in the worst pain I have ever felt, ...