The Dewa Koh Chang
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... had a mixture of backpackers, families and locals on it. It took about 30 minutes to get to the island of Koh Chang. At the other end there were a few taxi trucks waiting for the tourists. They crammed 12 of us in each one and dropped us all off at our hostels and hotels, which cost under £2 each. I got on last and was one of the ones at the back of the truck. The journey was really bumpy with loads of winding corners and the ...
... Wieczór spędziliśmy siędząc na naszym tarasie, pijąc piwo i patrząc na morze.
Następnego dnia wypożyczyliśmy mały skuterek na cały dzień i pojechaliśmy zwiedzać wyspę. Jadąc drogami dżungli widzieliśmy wodospady, egzotyczną roślinność, drzewa kokosowe i bananowe, a nawet słonie! A później zaczęło padać... Było ...
... Will definitely be trying out lots of Thai dishes when I get home!!! I feel a dinner party coming up!! We got the overnight train back to Bangkok on Monday night and had booked ourselves into a proper hotel for a couple of nights. Bangkok is not as busy as I remember it being when I was here 10years ago but then it was my first stop then and not my last so my perspective was probably quite different. It's easy to get around the city, they have an underground and a sky train which link ...
Fortunately, rather than going back to the mainland to island hop to Koh Kood, we were able to get a speed boat straight there from Koh Chang. The trip took 2 hours and cost 900 baht per person - to put that in perspective, 900 baht is roughly £17 and the single most expensive item we have paid for to date... we love this country! Koh Kood is Thailand's fourth largest island and easily the most beautiful place either of us have ever been. Think of your cliche white ...
... everywhere. In this place I am met with my own dilemma of need. Need for companionship and recognition that this task is not done alone. Need for education to empower substance in the everyday interpersonal conversation. Need to learn to become more like the community of monkeys who do not allow one of their group to be left out. We as a people lack empathy for estranged and get lost in our personal ambition to look out for ...