The Dewa Koh Chang
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... the restaurant a beautiful couple with a baby of 5 months, she Chilean Francisca, he Angelo from Padova,Italy but they live in Ibiza in a motor home and work as peddlers of necklaces and bracelets that they produce themselves.When it is low season they travel the world with their beautiful baby. It has been just a great meeting that gave me joy and serenity and now I am going to a party to the nearby beach resort Nature that seems to have many ambitions and ...
... beach was covered in rubbish so it wasn't the best view. We met a father and son who had also failed to find the mangroves and had a chat. We decided to head back then as we had a bit of a drive. We decided we'd go out tonight so looked for a nice bar to start. As we were walking down the road, a Thai woman called to us to come in and we saw some other westerners so went over. They had really cool seats made from car tyres. A norwegian guy invited us over to his table so we joined him ...
... soup) Jen and I ventured out down the palm tree-lined driveway to go for a couple of sunrise runs. On these exertions, we would see local monks who were out for early morning walks to give blessings and collect food donations from roadside shop owners. As well we would see many groups of Koh Mak dogs roaming freely and never seeming to bark- they were definitely 'island dogs'.
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... each day of the week) and some architecture that looks very chinese. The Thai people appear to pray at every statue of Buddha, it makes me wonder how they ever actually get anywhere. We then carried on up the hill towards a hill tribe village. Unfortunately this was more of a market for tourists than a village and there was not a lot of traditional living to be seen. There was a little museum that housed some of the local faming tools and clothing and the remainder of the opium ...
... and roundabouts for the toy people with their toy cars to practice their driving skills.
Now we are into swamplands, green and lush; canals bisecting the landscape. As the bus clutters through village after village, paddy fields drifted by in an endlessly varied and beautiful jigsaw. I find myself wondering about the many snakes that must also live here...
We arrive in Trat a large city and our bus's destination. Here we disembark and join up ...