Horizon Resort Koh Kood
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TripAdvisor Reviews Horizon Resort Koh Kood Ko Kut
Travel Blogs from Ko Kut
... scenery to drive through, the jungle crashing into the sea from the rocks.
Koh Chang is one of the least built-up of the Thai islands and some parts are still untouched which is pretty rare in Thailand these days. We spend our days driving around the island on our scooter exploring beaches, view points and little waterfalls.
... and take them to school, teach the whole two classes (almost 50 children) by himself and cook lunch for all the children. It is all done through donation, which I will definitely be making! The children were so much fun, they were so enthusiastic and so glad to have us there. It was very different to Glenavy school, thats for sure. As you can see from the pictures it was pretty basic but just really cool.....Cool as in fun...not cool as in cold.....this was the ...
... when he used the footpath/bit between the road and the foot path to sneak up at que at the traffic lights and the many times he passed pretty much going round blind corners. I was especially excited when i found out (about 4 and a half hours into our trip) that the reason we had to wait for so long at the petrol station is because we had like LPG gas and it is dirt cheap but really dangerous....so if we crashed the tank was likely to blow ...
... the next morning. Whilst I've had some good times in Cambodia it's probably my least favourite country. Possibly I had high expectations. Everywhere I went was nice, with the exception of Shinoukville which was dirty and sleezy, but I enjoyed Laos so much more. Not to say I regret going. The temples of Angkor Wat were amazing, Kampot was a lovely place to relax and, as capital cities go, I enjoyed Phnom Penh. I wasn't in the country for very long but it was enough and Vietnam was calling so to Ho Chi Minh city I went. ...
... chips you can imagine and they are actually
called chips on the menu. Not French fries!!
Obviously the New York guy had never had a chip butty before. He loved it! As
if Americans don't put chips in bread! He kept calling it a ‘chip barty’ which
made it even better. He was a great guy and we had a good night.
*in retrospect, I hate the wind and
rain of an English winter! Id rather go in the warm swamp any day to farm