Travel Blogs from Trat
... more spaces for creepy crawlies to hang out and live which gives you more spaces to look for them! There is a very deep statement carved on the wall of my bungalow with thoughts of suffering and awareness. I'm thinking that maybe Jim Morrison stayed here at one time. I swung the sounds of the waves, and a mellow guy from Sweden playing his guitar at the bungalow next to me. Feeling the quiet energy of Koh Wai, a perfect way to spend my last night in Hippie ...
... What happened next? I've heard if one dog attacks then they all attack, so walking the road way back through 2 packs of wild dogs isn't my idea of fun, and most know how much I hate them.. Petrified I was, all I could do was shine my phone torch at them as it was pitch black with no street lights... Sometimes 4 or 5 dogs barking or growling at me at once, ffs I thought I was a gonna!!!! Not going nowhere at night without scooter now lol.... Made it back in one ...
... their smiling faces. From the ancient temples to pretty sleepy colonial towns to edgy cities to some of the most stunning beaches on the planet, tourism wise this country has a lot going for it and one can only hope that the future is a bright one for the very hospitable locals. Note-I've a YouTube account with various clips from this trip and others trips if anyone is interested in browsing: http://m.youtube.com/channel/UCUXGR7wMJ 89Xp1_Oa2JwHIA (I've also loaded some onto previous blog ...
... to go back to Siem Reap to teach) and were paying less than two pounds each a night!!! Bargain !!! We had heard loads about the famous night market in Trat so that's where we headed for dinner. And the market did not disappoint, fresh fruit, food, smoothies and milkshakes and bakery everywhere !!! All fresh and clean and ready to eat ! Oh and did I mention cheap!!! I had a three course meal (basically) and a smoothie for less than a pound ...
... called Golden Beach bur whatever. On the way we stopped at Bang Bao, the village build around a pier. We walked and had a look in the little shops and than had a coffee there before going go the beach. We stopped at another small beach which we had never visited before with a café/restaurant like Porn's all made of wood and most of it drift wood. We had lunch there which was good and than we drove on. We met the Antwerp bunch again, Steve and Mark and enjoyed ourselves for ...
Other places to stay in Trat
4/2 Moo 9, Trat | 5 star resortfrom $40
Koh Rayang, Trat | Resort
24/45 Moo4, Trat | Resortfrom $29
28 Moo 6, Trat | Resortfrom $51
- The perfect rest stop!
45/37 Tesaban 5 Road, Trat | Resortfrom $80