Kohchang Fasai Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... an elephant sanctuary in Ko Samui where we were able to ride the elephants, but it only lasted half an hour. Yesterday we visited Ban Kwan Chang elephant camp and had the most amazing experience. After a 20 minute journey in an open top taxi, we were given pineapple and water for breakfast before we clambered on to our 32 year old elephant and trekked through rainforest for about an hour. After a short while our elephant driver jumped down and let us take the elephant for a ...
... Mains were green and red curry and puddings sticky rice and bananas in coconut milk. The dishes were surprisingly easy to make even if I had never heard of half of the ingredients.
December 13th - The last day of our adventure with Dan and Sam and rather unsurprisingly most of it was spent in the bar. We were good during the day, I even managed a fruit salad for lunch. In the evening we had civilised drinks at a beach bar at sunset. It was all very pleasant ...
... drive with the motorcycle.
That brings me to the next thing I have to tell you. We rented motorcycles twice to explore the raw beauty hidden in the dephts of Ko Chang's jungle. Apologies, got a bit carried away.
The first time, Jess came along. She's an American friend, who's also a teacher in Thailand and lives in Surin. She was having a holiday in Ko Chang as well so we met regularly. With no plans in mind nor a map, which would have ...
... and having been walking really awkwardly. But I'm not looking for any sympathy or complaining about it as it's completely self inflicted so I'm going to do the time for the crime. That's all I'm afraid folks. I'm off for some shut eye but I'll be back to my usual lengthy essays tomorrow - although I did post an extra blog today about home so I think I've covered it ...
... couple who are here for a while, we keep randomly bumping into each other in various bars. A lot of people start leaving the island at this time as the tourist season quietens until October and a lot of the residents go to other locations to work elsewhere. And how can I leave out Ginger – she has to have a special mention cos she is one cool dog. A stray that has been lovingly adopted by Karl (the guy who owns the villa we are staying ...