Aiyapura Resort & Spa Koh Chang
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 2 minutes walking the path wasn't so muddy anymore, so it wasn't too bad. The lighthouse was a bit ****. I was expecting a nice view over the coast, but it there were too many bushes and trees to see much. You couldn't climb the thing either. I thought I'd get attacked by three geese at one point. After cooling down for a bit in a little rain shower, I headed back for the beach. On the way there was a crossroads, and I decided to see what was down one of the other paths as ...
... cheese burger and fries with a Chang beer.. I fancy a little kip in a bit before getting ready to go Monkey bar again tonight. Well the Monkey bar didn't happen as I fell asleep waking up around 10pm... Didn't even feel like going out for dinner so just rolled over and went back to ...
So I have now arrived in Ko Chang, the place where i will be spending the next three weeks, sunning, riding elephants and doing a TEFL course. It took five hours in a van, half an hour on a ferry and another 45 minutes in the van to get here. It was an interesting trip... Our driver....classic Thai driver didn't know exactly where he was going and wanted to keep up with the other van so he showed us his excellent driving skills. My favourite ...
... Mary Jane's which also looks like a reggae bar and Moulin Rouge's which is clearly a ***** house with many hookers sat on tables outside in working girl outfits Some are pretty, some are not There are many really big fluffy cats in the area. Most unusual We trek to the main road and find Cats bar, which has a free pool table. Place is run by girls who sit in the corner smoking sheesha. They're all pretty good at pool. You can tell it's mostly a girls bar as it has the cleanest ...
... is one of the least touristy villages on the island and it is primarily a fishing village albeit with the largest pier on the island. The pier is very strange as all the restaurants, shops and accommodation a crammed down the sides and the locals have created makeshift roofs with tauplin making you forget you are even on a pier until you near the lighthouse. The lighthouse is right on the end and from there the views across the water are ...