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Koh Chang, located in Eastern Thailand’s Trat Province,  is the countries 3rd largest island after Phuket and Samui but, though development has proceeded rapidly over the last decade, it remains still much more low key than either of its larger competitors. Resorts now succeed each other one after the other all the way down the West coast sandy beaches and…

Photos are from a French family tour of Central Thailand organized on behalf of Club Aventure, so firstly a big merci to Lauren who provided us with some excellent photos and Jean-Daniel for additional pix and his – as always – first class tour-leading abilities! So without further ado here is the homme in question. (Though JD would like it…

Mu Koh Chang National Marine Park to give it it’s full name, is situated in the eastern Thai province of Trat, abutting Cambodia, (or Cambodian waters to be precise!).  The national park comprises of the mountainous interior and surrounding waters of the large island of Koh Chang, as well as the myriad coral fringed rocks and smaller islands stretching between…

Morning – and a lovely crisp North Thai morning it is too! Blue sky, cool temperatures, (look no air/con!!!) – squirrels are frolicking in the garden, dog’s refusing to get out of bed again and the fan-tailed guppies are soporific because of low water temperatures! (Well you can’t please everyone!)

Unspoilt tropical paradises are great! ‘Aren’t unspoilt tropical islands fantastic!?’ Well is it true or, are they, like ‘cheesy peas’, better than they sound? Well, being really pedantic if it was really unspoilt you wouldn’t be there or it wouldn’t be unspoilt anymore. You’d throw your cigarette butts on the beach, piss on the plants, damage the coral with sun…