Our hotel was located right at the base of the mountain and on the northern end of the "strip".
A feast was offered at this Spirit House!
While we were walking one night, we spotted this...
I am sure Caitlynne's shriek was heard on the mainland.
The restaurant was very casual but I think, in Koh Chang, most of them are.
But no insects for us!
Instead of rotis, the boys had gelato and ended up with food poisoning a day later.
On our way back to the hotel, Jim and Kevin helped some Thai construction workers push-start their truck.
They sure were a happy bunch.
We spent quite a while trying to guess what they were and (duh!) finally asked our driver. He kicked the tire on the van and we figured out they were rubber trees that had been harvested and were on the way to be processed.
On the drive home, we passed many fields like the one in the photo below - small trees planted in straight lines and "tapped" (similar to how maple trees are tapped for syrup).
If you look very closely in the photo below, you can see the small black containers that were attached on to the trees to collect some kind of liquid. But what?