Centara Chaan Talay Resort & Villas Trat
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Rouge took over. Some of these derelict properties are being squatted in by locals or have been semi converted into other uses such as a nursery. The rest of the town is however on the up. Tourism is back on the map, new guesthouses for all budgets are everywhere and the town has an incredible charming relaxed feel to it, almost like a ghost town just waking up. The town is very spread out (all those villas required space) and thus the streets appear incredibly quiet and ...
... to chat me up hence why we got let off without paying anything :D well I'm not complaining ! We then took a minibus to Trat, which is about one and a half hours from the boarder and a small city where you get the boat to get to Koh Chang. We were told this city is a nice place to stop over on the way to Bangkok so we thought why not break the journey up. We found a gorgeous little hostel, with lovely owners, who offered us a room for three people (Olivia left us at Koh Kong because ...
... and a kebab stall....oh and there used to be an internet cafe somewhere but it's gone. Not a small building to lose either We sit at nature rocks and drink some beer and use the wifi and read for a bit Then go back to the hut to chill out and drink breezas and download music and....OH MY GOD, do some poi!!!!!!! Will the wonders of this holiday never cease..... Actually, maybe they wont. Today the strangest thing happened I played Emily at Carcassone and won. This ...
... time spent trying to work out people's gender once again inspired us to get out and go for a walk. We walked to a local temple called Wat Boss and moseyed down to the lake, absorbing the silence and varieties of colour in the scenery. We also stumbled across a brightly decorated Chinese temple which made a refreshing change with it's far brighter colours. A painless 6 hour bus journey took us back to where we started; Bangkok. Here we would begin our journey ...
... we were surprised to see a lifeguard there watching. They probably didn’t want it to go the way the tubing in Laos has gone with it all being shut down for being dangerous. The rest of the afternoon flew past as we splashed about and tried swimming as far up to the waterfall as we could manage before we were pulled back downstream. I asked to borrow someone’s goggles and dived down to look at all the fish, there were some really big fish down there much to ...