Centara Chaan Talay Resort & Villas Trat
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Today was mostly a travel day. We travelled from Lol Buri, back to Don Meuang to drop off some stuff, and then hit the road for the beaches of Trat. My Google maps said it would be an 8 hour drive, but our amazing driver, Chai, got us there in the Party Van in under 5 hours. Apparently speed limits are optional in Thailand, as it seems …
... this and that and I must say that the book I'm reading in German language helped me a lot and I now understand better this difficult language.Unfortunately they have left this morning for Cambodia, but tonight I hope to make new friends. There is the first party to a nearby bar and today I have met again the Swiss boy from Zurich and the English manager that I had met on the ferry and with whom I had a long talk about football waiting the departure of our taxi for Lonely ...
... shops and restaurants and showed them Buddha View. Than we walked back and drove to Lonely Beach where we had a coffee and went to say goodbye to Long who was busy as always putting a tattoo on somebody's arm. We walked a little more through the village and than said goodbye to Eric and Pat. We would most probably see them again when we we in Phuket with Michel and Brigitte for 2 days before leaving for Chang Mai. I drove to the hotel and dropped Andrea before driving back to Bailan ...
... bungalow cafés have lazy loungy seats to just kick back in. This was chillax lifestyle at its best. We stayed at a great spot at the end of the bay in Freedom Bungalows. Here the owner had created a natural swimming pool from the river that flowed down from a nearby waterfall creating a cool refreshing place to cool off. We went on a couple of treks through dense jungle to the other side of the island where there are just a few bungalows and nothing else. The beaches here ...
... water whilst she kept moving around. It was like a bucking bronco but we held on and loved every minute. Such a scary, but surreal experience. Eventually, after about 2 hours, we finished our trek through the jungle and hopped back on board the taxi (open back truck) and set off back to the beach hut. After a wonderful morning, we spent the afternoon sunbathing together. Every once in a while there were Thai people trying to sell items such as jewellery, sarongs and ...