Samui Natien Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to about 2000 baht but because ZarZar had said it was a bit pricey I made sure I had 3000 baht on me too just incase. We were picked up in the back of a Toyota truck and headed off up the mountain, driving up near enough vertical roads which sitting in the back of a truck can be quite scary I found out. I genuinely thought I was going to fall out at a couple of points. The truck didn't find it particularly easy either and struggled in first gear to get up some of it. We reached ...
... and grabbed a pizza as we were starving! Then we done the walk to the top of the island for the iconic view point. Sweated bucket loads, we were dripping it was gross! But the view was amazing and totally worth it :) Then we chilled for a bit by the rocks in the sea for a cool down which was lovely!
We left to catch the 3pm ferry back to Ko Phangan, however, it was really delayed and we were stuck standing in ...
... into the journey the bus stopped and an old eccentric English hippy climbed aboard and sat between the daughter and Darren. He was a nice chap and we had a good chat which made the journey pass by a little quicker.
We had been told that the journey would take about 3 hours, so we hoped to be in Ranong by 4.30pm. It was more like 5.30pm. We were shattered. I went to open the back door to get our bags out and the nasty, obnoxious driver hit my ...
... beach makes this place a dosser's paradise so we purchased a frisbee as an early Christmas present and headed for the sands. Martin instantly turned pro and, needless to say, I was awful as the frisbee hit me in the head when I became distracted by glimpses of fat Russian men in speedos, who'd opted for sunburn rather than suntan, or when oogling the sun-kissed girls in their polka dot bikinis. Christmas Day arrived and, in some respects, it was similar as we awoke with ...
Our first dive was magical. We descended in a riot of bubbles and flashing silver fish, with the sheer face of sail rock looming to our right. The stone wall was a tapestry of coral; bubbles, pancakes, flowers and brains. Big eyes stared out from crevasses and the bellies of seas sponges. Moray eels glared at us from their holes, their mouths opened in a silent hiss. Zigzag oysters grinned with jagged mouths.
As we leveled off and started to make our ...