Centara Koh Chang Tropicana Resort
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... br> Meanwhile run the last few days, it rained last night and even today there were two showers, but then the sun came out.Last night I moved to sleep in another bungalow in the neighboring village, since in my resort was the usual party on Friday night that was blaring until 3am.They allowed me not to pay and so I paid the other side.
Today I had a fight with the guys ...
... was a street stand advertising spring rolls so I went for that. I couldn't believe it when he made the spring rolls completely from scratch. They were great! Back at the bar there was a lot of crazy dancing going on from the norwegian guy. He was a big man but had the moves. Then loads of other guys were breakdancing. It was like a scene from a music video! We went down and had a little dance and watched some predatory ladyboys trying to get guys. It was a great night and finish to Koh ...
... and I all love spring rolls so we tried to have them almost every meal. The spring rolls here are different than the ones we had in Hong Kong because they have a ton of noodles in them along with the vegetables.
#6 Rotee cakes. We tried rotee cakes a few times and we loved them! Rotee cakes are just a thin dough that is fried up and then you have bananas or some kind of fruit inside them and a sauce on top.
#5 Banana pancakes. At the Lazy Day resort in Koh Mak, for ...
... I just find it hard to believe that every night people set up, unpack and then pack away all their stock. It must take ages and although it was busy with people shopping, with most stalls selling the same things I'm not sure what sort of living is made from it. We had kept the scooters for a couple of days so took another trip out the following day and visited an orchid and butterfly park and then stopped at a national park and had a walk by some waterfalls. It's dry season here so ...
... on for another 5 minutes or so to the pier.
We board a very rusty car ferry. It's bonnet is up (if that's what it's called on a boat) and the engine is being tinkered with - doesn't look too hopeful - but after a good wait of half an hour or so, we chug into life and make the hour long crossing to the east side of the island of Ko Chang. The sun is setting behind two peaks on the island economically named Chom Paraset 1 and Chom Paraset 2.