Photos from Koh Chang

As promised, here are some of my pictures from Koh Chang. It really is a stunning island paradise.

We went cosmic bowling in Surin. It was kind of like we were real people.

We couldn’t really figure out what this shop was in Janthaburi, but it was quite terrifying.

This is Jeff’s ‘our bus is two hours late, I’m hot, sticky and I hate traveling in Thailand’ face. I saw this expression a lot this trip.

Dogs on the island were a lot more farangish than regular Thai dogs. Look at this pathetic lug.

The line of bungalows at Hat Sai Inn, a good bargain at 500 baht a night for AC, satellite TV, free wifi, a short walk to the beach and very clean.

Walking down the street… oh hey monkey hanging from the electrical lines. That’s normal.

All that uncomfortable travel was worth this view.

But maybe not so much for views like this… whoever told this guy his color was green was definitely greng-jaing the Buddha out of him.

Suddenly it makes a lot a of sense why these trees are called buttress roots.

A jaw-dropping view-point at the top of one of the mountains on Koh Chang. Doesn’t do it justice.

One of the beach creatures.

Not a bad backdrop.

Americans have garden gnomes. Thai people have fat rabbit women singing opera. Or is she just raising the roof?

The awesome Klong Phrao waterfall in the background of this eye-catching flower (and bee)

I like one because not only do you get the crab, but a peek at the mountain behind it too.

It was hard to leave this behind.

I’ve been a little sick from these weird pus-filled bug bites this past week. I’ll be back on the blogging train soon!


2 thoughts on “Photos from Koh Chang

    • Normally I share those things, but thought I’d spare the world this time. And, I can’t believe that this amount of ugly is on my face.

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