Homestay Bungalows

Address: 12 Moo 1, Trat, 23170, Thailand | Ranch
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      Koh Mak and Monkey Bar

      A travel blog entry by mclark65 on Feb 04, 2015

      21 photos

      ... whose name slips me but here we go, some kind of Stock Broker who has climbed the corporate ladder, sacked himself and played chess with billionaires ^^ I headed back to my bungalow and got changed for Crispy Chicken and green curry at Baan Chalay.. Then I headed down to Monkey Resort by walking the beach as the tide was out where I bumped into Chee and let's say Nick for now, they kindly invited me to there table where Nicks guest was Emily from Malta a young ...

      Two Rongs do make a right in the land of smiles

      A travel blog entry by littlebush on Nov 03, 2014

      32 photos

      ... areas and pristine beaches all around. The town is often used by Thailand expats as a 'border run' to extend their visa. We hired a scooter for the day and explored a little nearby fishing village called Ba Klong. By chance we met Diego, a Puerto Rican Peace Corp volunteer teaching English in the village. He kindly showed us around the village and round his host family's modest home. It was one of those great chance meetings that enlighten your trip, getting a real glimpse at ...

      Koh Kong so far

      A travel blog entry by niomioconnor on Jul 03, 2014

      ... it's low season/rainy season. It's the perfect place to just relax, do some fun tours and see some nature and it's only ten minutes from the Thai boarder which is ideal for our trip itinerary. Our favourite restaurant is Fat Sam's, which is just round the corner and has a big day Scottish owner called Sam�� the food is gorgeous and the portion size is absolutely massive, which is very unusual in South East Asia, especially ...

      Koh Chang

      A travel blog entry by sma09jw on Dec 28, 2013

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      For the New Years break we decided to go to Koh Chang for the 5 days. It is alot bigger than Koh Samet and there is a lot more happening. We out every night except 1 and I actually managed to find some decent music. Again the days were mostly spent on the beach, relaxing in the heat. One of the days we hired Kayaks and headed to another extremely small island. The cliffs had wild monkeys and the rocks we navigated through contained lots of sea ...

      Koh Chang

      A travel blog entry by yelkins on Jul 25, 2013

      208 photos

      ... mahouts (elephant driver) down to a river as this is where we would be bathing the elephants. We waited a couple of minutes and two huge elephants plunged into the water of a calm part of the river. Needless to say I was the first to jump in with the elephant and climb on top. As I climbed upon the elephants back and saw that no one was in the water yet as they were all faffing around with their clothes, I hadn’t even thought and had gone in fully clothed. Once Oliver ...

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