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Travel Blogs from Ko Kut
... flocked to the souvenir shops, bars and restaurants. After 4 more beaches we were the only ones in the "taxi" and we were barely even quarter of the way. Compared to the dirt tracks in Koh Mak this tarmac road seemed a lot safer, until it came to the hills. These weren’t just small speed bump hills, these were basically vertical death traps at nearly a 90degree angle. The ones that weren’t straight up were bending and twisting that even the tarmac on the ground ...
... to get around and visit the superb gardens as well as the buildings.
As we visited Bangkok 2 years ago we saw most of the local sites so decided to go to a nearby island, Koh Chang. We had realised it was the monsoon season but decided we would accept what came rather than travel a long distance to escape the rain. Koh Chang is about 200 miles from Bangkok and took a 5 hour drive crammed in a minivan (see picture of sign in minibus) and then a 30 minute ferry crossing to ...
... into the open. As we walked there were many stalls on each side and restaurants specialising in seafood, which apparently was some of the best in Thailand. This pier was unusual as it was more like a street in central Bangkok than a pier. As we got to the end we saw a small lighthouse which made us stop as it was placed perfectly in front of a back drop of jungle covered Thai Islands. Going that bit extra out of our way was worth it for this view. Heading back to our bungalow we ...
... the sky above is dark and purging with all its might. The rain is warm. Becoming soaked takes all of a minute. Sonkran and water wars are nothing compared to the skies ability to wash away the previous year with its purest element.
Scuba diving is incredible. My day and first lessons with an oxygen tank started with brilliant blue skies. Seven at a time we hopped from the dock into a little skiff manned by our 15 ...
... s most outstanding natural sights including The most extensive mangrove forests on mainland southeast asia, the Cardamom Mounains, rainforests and tons of waterfalls. there are only 4 places to stay on the tatai river - all resembling the floating villages of Tonle Sap and EcoLodges boasting luxury in-harmony with Mother Nature.
So quiet with amazing service, 4-star Four Rivers lodge was an Oasis ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking