The Dewa Koh Chang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... all catch up on some sleep. The hotel is gorgeous, very clean and modern with all the facilities you could need, comfy beds, free cold water, free bicycle rental and lovely staff. So I think it's safe to say were all over the moon. I'm sharing a room with Olivia and Amy and Nicole are just next door. Koh Kong is a really quiet little town, with a few shops and restaurants and a not so nice beach. There's barely any tourist at this time of ...
... mostly so someone could bring the mac out without me having to have carted it around with us hahahaha. Naaa not really, it's just always awesome to do the group beach holiday thing. Why isn't it Ems 30th already? Not to make you big headed by giving you a blog mention 2 days in a row, but it is totally your fault that everyone is not chilling out on this beach right now by being born almost a whole year late lol xxx ...
... which was completely inhabited right behind. It was a tropical Paradise. Walking up a massive hill with our bags was a task in itself and we arrived to check in to our jungle bungalow hot and sweaty. Our accommodation was spectacular it was a place called Oasis which featured 5 or 6 deluxe bungalows cascading down the side of a jungle covered mountain. When we say jungle covered we mean banana trees touching our roof, we saw Rat Snakes on our porch, Gecko's in our room and more ...
... to cut the coconut down, drill a whole and put a straw in it for me, suppose you can't get fresher than that. I was careful when ordering my lunch as there was a chicken and pig walking around, so just noddles will do for me.
So everyones gone now and I'm here just sitting in a hammock updating this, a few more days here and then on to Bangkok, people say i won't last a week there as to busy, but we shall wait and see.
Our second day in Bangkok started with a small breakfast (my cheese omelette looked just like Rob’s scrambled eggs without a slice of cheese sitting on it!) and a walk to the pier to catch the boat up Bangkok’s River. The scenery was wonderful, the breeze was great, and it was quite a relaxing journey. We saw small dilapidated buildings, barely hanging onto the mainland and nearly falling in the sea, and then massive ...