A-Na-Lay Resort Koh Kood
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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The bus ride to the Cambodia/Thailand border has some incredible scenery and the actual border crossing in on the sea. Once through a more formal Thai immigration we get on another minivan and head off to a port near a town called Trat, on the way there we go through a powerful storm with hail which signals the start of the rainy season (later than usual).
... and had some dinner , played some games at the hostel as well. This morning it poured and thunder stormed to start, loud loud storms here. However it did stop around lunch and a bunch of us went for lunch and then off to the beach. Relaxed on the beach a while until 4 when we got some kayaks and went around the bay. Amazing. Views, warm calm water. Kayaked and found an isolated beach to rest on, then kept going and ...
... of my life. It was so sweaty....like bikram yoga sweaty. It was an open air classroom and had one tiny fan on the roof, no air-conditioning. It was not surprising that some kids pretty much fell asleep in their desks after lunch. The kids were pretty hypo, but in a good way. There were a couple of firsts for me today....a kid playing with a lighter, pretty much lighting his face on fire while i was teaching, some boys brushing their hair and looking in their little ...
... I also forgot to mention how he kindly offered to hook us up with some drugs on the island. Always say no kiddies!! Ko Chang is a beautiful island apparently named because it is on the shape of an elephant...personally I don't see it. Chang means elephant in Thai. We saw the elephants being washed in the elephant parks right beside the road which was pretty cool. Can't wait to ride one of those babies! We are staying at a resort called Siam ...
... particularly to the genitals; waterboarding; hanging upside down until you pass out then being revived in barrels of rancid water. The list went on. As well as torture, prisoners were also starved and dehydrated and unless you were considered important were forced to lie in the same room with dozens of other prisoners; eating, sleeping and using the toilet in the same place. Once a month the guards hosed down the prisoners to wash them. It was an awful place. Before the Khmer ...