เกาะช้าง – Koh Chang (1)

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I have quite a lot of pictures, so I will post them over several posts :)

It’s rainy season from March/April until about October in Thailand, so in Koh Chang that means no tourists and a hellalot of clouds in the sky. I went to Koh Chang last July, right in the middle of rainy time. I stayed in far corner of the beach, on some rocks, and could have probably fallen out of my room into the angry sea had I wanted to (… I didn’t though…). At times it was hard to sleep because of the noise from the waves… romantic… huh. Annoying. Yes…. but still incredible.

I love the sea. Sure, it’s great to be on a beach when it’s hot and sunny, but I love it when the weather’s not so good too. I lived in Brighton for the last few years I was in England, and spent a lot of the time on the beach whatever the weather was like (you can’t allow the weather in England to control what you’re going to do every day – you’d never do anything…) In bad weather the whole character of the sea changes. Same landscape, completely different emotion behind it. The beach was desolate when I went, it was warm and humid too. I read so much while I was there.

While I was… cloudbathing and reading my book, pretty much alone on the beach (can I just add, honestly, it was a perfect holiday) I noticed movement out of the corner of my eye. I looked up… and saw nothing. Just sea, sand.. I carried on reading my book. Movement again, I looked up and something small(ish) zoomed across the beach in front of me.

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After waiting patiently, I got some pictures a bit closer.. but still hard to see… look in the top right hand corner.

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They hide in holes…

DrawingCowsinBruges…and some of them are tiny!

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I’ll be posting some more pictures of my trip over the next couple of weeks!

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2 thoughts on “เกาะช้าง – Koh Chang (1)

  1. Have spent many an hour running around the breach trying to catch the little fellows have managed it a few times! Obviously you have to handle them with great care so you don’t hurt them, and that they don’t pinch you………happy days great photos great memories thanks for posting.

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