- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 45 having borrowed paddles and life jackets we carried a kayak down to the water and went for nearly an hour's trip around the bay. There was a bit of a breeze so it was a choppy paddle out an easier ride back. Fun and exercise before the sun got too high
Ate lunch at the far end of the village in a shack called Big Chef. Old photos of a little chef in his whites were on the wall. The current edition of said chef was small but very wide. Chinese, with ...
... I replied, "no thank you" and then 3) she poured dark thick syrupy coffee (made from instant grounds) into a plastic bag with ice, tied it up, but in a box and said "Here you go!". Needless to say, it needed a lot of 'sugah' and I didn't end up drinking mine. Doug had lots of sugar put into his and managed to finish it.
Doug- Island time. This has been the theme here on Koh Chang. Our days have been slow. We spending our days by the pool or beach, ...
... d heard some horror stories about getting into Thailand. After arriving in Bangkok we got straight on an overnight train which took us to Chiang Mai in the north. The train journey was quite comfortable. We had a sleeper carriage with air con and managed to get a fairly good nights sleep. Chiang Mai is a modern and very touristy place, with lots of western tourists. We booked into our guesthouse and headed off to see what Thailand was all about. Thailand is, as I'm sure you can ...
... of exotic fruit. I am sucking ******* my stirring stick trying to look cool as Yasper comes over and introduces himself. Such a lovely guy he not only promises to check out our border crossing into Cambodia but also treats us to the six drinks we have consumed here!
We wander up the road to Morgans run by an Essex lad for some food before returning to our room and a full blissful night's ...
We finally crossed over to Thailand at 1pm, almost 5 hours after leaving our hotel yet we still had so far to go! We found the Ko Chang minibus and piled in - at least in Thailand they don't put 4 people on a row of 3! After a quick lunch break of yummy Thai food, (rather than spiders, birds, random insects, slop and food poisoning in a bowl we had been used to seeing at these roadside cafes), we were on our way. The journey for us ...