Koh Muk Charlie’s Beach Resort used to be the place to be - big pools, manicured grounds, a good restaurant.
The story has it that they got greedy and built more bungalows next to their property, over the line of the national park. And they got caught. After a nasty court battle, the resort got shut down.
A lot was removed or looted - furniture, roof tiles, doors, windows, even some pool tiles. But the rest remains, giving Charlie’s Beach the bombarded look.
Finally back after taking a little break from posting. I spent last week in the mountains, getting to meet, and spending time with some amazing people. It’s always fun exploring my own backyard, and it’s even more fun sharing it with friends. Sometimes I forget how good we have it here in Colorado, but that outside perspective always makes me appreciate where I live.
Hope everyone is having a good year so far! Wishing you all the best! ✌🏼
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What a morning! Couldn’t have asked for a better setup than this wrecked sailboat and a clear view of the horizon. Easterly winds and an incoming tide pushed some crystal clear ocean water into the bay and made this scene look really tropical. The colors were incredible! 😎🌴Lemme know what you think!