Koh Chang Cliff Beach Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... mountains and there are no roads, but unfortunately at some point the road ends and you have to go back. However what I saw was nice and pleasant, I came to the bay of Bang Bao, if I recall well the name, a village built around its long pier that expands with several branches on the water and is home to many shops, restaurants and even small hotels.I relaxed on the nearby beaches, along an internal dirt road and then I went back to my hotel at around 4 pm and I spent ...
... valley seem easy. At the top we are rewarded with great view of the small nearby islands. After all the hard work to get to the top, it as all down hill to breakfast. As Jen mentioned we are really enjoying the machine that makes freshly ground coffee at breakfast. Today, ventured out of our routine and headed up to the Klong Plue Park. This was a great little hike through the jungle to the foot of a beautiful waterfall. There was a pond at the bottom that you ...
... gear, lunch, snacks and a ride back to hotel. Koh Wai was a pretty spot. On the trip back to the harbour a rainstorm occurred, when it rains in the tropics, it's rains hard, and this one had some exciting thunder lightning to it. I tried to catch a pic of lightning, but it's an art form, plus a point and shoot compact digital camera doesn't have the capability as a digital SLR cameras. I do notice that there ...
... a short while before taking advantage of happy hour. Living on a beach is wonderful, but there is sand EVERYWHERE!! We have to sweep out our beach hut 10 times a day. Everything is very basic in a beach hut, no hot water, no t.v, no flushing toilet but when you wake up to crashing waves and sunny skies, you can't complain. It's all part of the adventure (I keep telling myself) Tomorrow we leave Ko Chang and carry on our adventure in the next location. See you ...
... thinking was that if we were hungover then we would be absolutely starving. Sound in theory, not so great in practice. Our journey to the course was in a very hot minibus which went round and round the spiralling roads and up and down the hills. By the time we arrived we were all feeling decidedly queasy. Nevertheless we produced some spectacular dishes with the help of our exceptionally enthusiastic teacher Bunny. Starters were hot and sour prawn soup and chicken in ...