Klong Prao Resort
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After 24-hour stay in Koh Chang, I can say I'll stay here until the last day of my holiday. In fact today I discovered that taking a bus at1.30 pm I will directly arrive at the airport of Bangkok around 9.30 pm while my flight is 1.00 am, so I do not need to sleep in Bangkok.This morning I rented a scooter for 4 euro a day and started patrolling the island, to the south. I thought I was doing all the way around the coastal road since the interior is all forest, ...
... town, and eat when we are hungry. Since we are still adjusting to the the time change we tend to wake up early. As the sun is coming up we get to enjoy the sounds of the jungle. Rather than hearing birds chirping like we do back home; in Koh Chang we hear elephants trumpeting from the nearby elephant camp. This helps us out of bed to go for that morning run before it get too hot and we get too lazy. Right near our place is a huge hill that makes Keillor Road in ...
... want to photocopy your passport and they'll usually explain what close by, any tours etc available, but it was hard to find info. All that aside I was able to use the shower in next bungalow over. There was nobody in it. I did manage a boat/snorkelling trip. It was a 4 islands trip. Lots of snorkelling, some pretty islands too. For about 23$ Canadian, you get picked at your hotel, your boat trip, ...
... We bought some bracelets for 30B (approx £0.55). Later that night we decided to have dinner at Rock Sands (mainly to sponge off of their free wifi). Today (8th March) Dan and I got up early and walked to the main town to book our exit from Ko Chang. We paid 550B (approx £10 each) for a bus and ferry back to Bangkok. We will leave Ko Chang tomorrow at 9.30am. We also visited 7eleven for breakfast. Banana cake and water. We spent the afternoon in the sea and ...
... more than just our pool skills. Making our excuses before our team mates tried to pocket anything they shouldn't we left and soon caught up with our real girls.
The buckets had taken their toll on everyone, especially Dan and Sam. This led to a great photograph in the chicken shop which is up there with the best photos of the entire blog. Cheers for that one guys!
December 12th - Earlier in the previous day we had booked ourselves on a Thai cooking ...