Chang Park Resort & Spa
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... basic, but for £5 a night we had our own private beach front hut with an amazing view. We drank some beers sitting on our porch looking at the sea.
The next day we rented a little scooter to go explore the island. We saw waterfalls, jungle roads, coconut and banana trees and even elephants... and then the rain started. It was an experience riding in shorts, t-shirts and no helmet during a monsoon. The rest of the time we spent strolling round ...
... 56906; oh it was amazing!! And the best doughnuts I've ever had! So we basically decided to spend an extra night in Trat because we fell in love with the food market so much haha ! We also had our first Thai massage yesterday, with the funniest owner ever who basically forced us into her shop and we were well and truly walked on, kneeled on, elbowed into and god knows what else they were doing to us. It was the funniest experience ever and I'm not entirely sure if it relaxed me ...
... Defoe. Bit depressing, but not spectacular Stone free bar to drink vodka and listen to some guy play guitar. He starts to play house of the rising sun and a dog in the bar sings along. It's quite hot in here On to Himmels for free cocktails and football replays Back to hut for a phone charge and then past Ting Tongs. No no, PAST Ting Tongs. Oh man we're in Ting Tongs. We got cornered by a wasted blond with a police siren megaphone and so we're in Ting Tongs for ...
... table or even toilet rolls. Across the bay is the fishing village of Bang Bao, much of which is built out over the water. It has a number of good restaurants, that despite looking ramshackle, have delicious food. Obviously sea food is their speciality and they have huge tanks of live fish, crabs, lobsters etc but Jim and I tend to stick to chicken dishes.
Each evening the hotel transport, which doubles as a bread delivery van, takes guests into the village and collects them later. The ...
... to see the rest of the island and planned to drive along the coast all the way around it. We saw some incredible places: Lonely Beach, marvellous views, a waterfall and a Sea Gipsy Village named Ban Boa. We stayed on the West side of the island and when we got to the South part, our trip took a different turn. Apparently, there is a large lagoon and waterfall in the South so for about 500m the road stopped and there was unfortunately no way you could ...