Souan Son Beach Resort & Restaurant
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... the ocean sky. Sometimes dozens of people set them afloat at the same time at it really looks beautiful in the sky over the ocean.
I rented a scooter for 300 baht for the day or 100 baht for 1 hour. This is highly recommended if you are out and about or want to tour the island. I did this alone and snorkelled / visited every beach and resort on the island. I saw many fish and a large clam. No turtles. :(
You can also rent mountain bikes. 300 baht a day. For me it was ...
... minds off the fact we wanted to die! We arrived in Krabi and things went far too swimmingly - a nice little Thai woman made us a packed lunch of a cheese sandwich, banana and water for the bus for £1! We then got on a mega posh double decker coach and had the whole of downstairs to ourselves - it just worries us when things appear to run to plan. I think I'd got a bit ahead of myself allowing myself drinks as it was only a 3hr journey (as aposed to our ...
... plate - and I could only read the numbers, not the letters. So we re-traced our way back to the hotel - much longer trip at night, dumped our laptops in our rooms and headed out for dinner.
Pattaya is a very, very touristy town. There are lots of hotels, bars and restaurants. Ross, Nicky and I went to a Korean restaurant in "Central" shopping Mall called "AKA". Ross insisted I try the Bibimbub which is a Korean classic dish. It was very good - ...
... Samet. We spent a great deal of time laying on a white sandy beach with maybe the softest sand I have ever felt. One of the nights we went to a gay nightclub which was an absolute blast! The DJ was one of the best that I had ever heard and the guys left us alone because they are obviously gay. I really don’t know why I never thought of going to one before. We also watched numerous fire shows. One had a skipping rope on fire that I really regret not trying, next time I will! We ...
... book up an Open Water PADI course, on arrival it was fairly obvious that diving was not number one pass time on this side of the island; the shop was a two roomed hut set well off the beach run by a lone dive instructor and his mad poodle, but it would do.
Whilst Sam spent her days learning diving theory and getting in the water I chilled out on the beach. On her final day of open water dives I joined her ...