Koh Mak Cococape Resort

Address: 1/8-1/9 Moo 2 Tambol , Koh Mak, 23000 , Thailand | Resort
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This resort is located on 1/8-1/9 Moo 2 Tambol , Koh Mak.
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      Travel Blogs from Koh Mak

      Lazy Days at Lazy Day....

      A travel blog entry by kleinfamille on Jan 16, 2015

      24 comments, 25 photos

      ... We brought a volleyball with hopes that it may be a fun family activity on the beach. Turns out Evan can turn any ball into a soccer ball and with several coconut lying about it was easy to set up our soccer pitch near the beach. This became our happy hour ritual with a break to watch the glorious red sun disappearing behind a distant island near the horizon.

      Trying to combat the calories we are consuming (between the delicious massaman curry and rich coconut milk ...

      Family reunion!!

      A travel blog entry by cissygapyear on Jul 20, 2014

      2 comments, 22 photos

      ... Phra Arthit‘ gefahren. Sie haben das Atmophäre von Phra Arthit und Khao San Road wirklich gemagt.

      Plötzlich war es zeit ‚Auf Wiedersehen‘ zu sagen. Es war sehr gut für mich, einen Land und eine Dorf, die ich so viel Liebe, durch die Augen meine Familie zu sehen! Jetzt habe ich nur zwei Wochen in Kutchum blieben und in 3 ½ Wochen bin ich wieder in Irland sein. Ich weiss nicht wie ich fühlen – glücklich, traurig, ängstlich oder spannend!


      Thailand - the final destination

      A travel blog entry by sarahstead on Mar 14, 2014

      59 photos

      ... was really interesting. Most of the tribes in Northern Thailand and Vietnam are Hmong people. They have a lot of traditions around families living together, brothers not living with sisters once they reach puberty, adoption which takes place where the payment to a opium addicted parent is with opium, amongst other things, I thought it was really interesting. The other thing it makes you think about is our responsibility as tourists to help these tribes maintain their cultures and ...

      Heading South

      A travel blog entry by sumac on Jan 27, 2014

      2 comments, 9 photos

      ... need another taxi connection to the west side of the island but it is fairly chaotic as no one speaks English and there are no signs. I show the written name and address off Sea Breeze Hotel to a driver, he throws our luggage on the roof of his songtheaw. Others soon have their luggage launched skywards and when we are overloaded by 3 too many passengers ( who have to stand on the rear step clinging to the roof rack all the way) we're off.
      Then the ...

      Koh Mak

      A travel blog entry by yelkins on Jul 20, 2013

      70 photos

      ... getting into the water. Oliver reluctantly handed the bike over to me and gave me some brief instructions on how to go and more importantly how to break. He clung to me so tight as we started to move. After we rode the quad bikes in Cambodia it gave me a taste for driving and the moped was just right to learn on. I got to grips with it pretty easily and before long I was driving around like a pro. That was until we got to another very muddy looking track. ...