Plai Garden Boutique Guesthouse
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My adventure comes to an end. It is time to come back home and re-settle back in reality.
It was a pleasure to meet you all, thank you for this awesome and exciting moments, filled with laugh, happiness and craziness. I had a chance to explore astonishing places, and meet extraordinary people, who for sure will stay in my memory forever, …
... to Alex that I hope he didn't take pictures of those as I had visited them! The deal was he takes photos of thins I can't see, haha! By the time we got back I finally got to have a Thai massage and do a very quick spot of shopping. Then it was time to meet back at the hotel for our journey to a non touristy town where we would stay for the night before making out way to the border with Malaysia. Another ferry and ...
... felt the Thai experience wouldn't be complete without a trip to the seedier underbelly of Patong. I previously wrote that the Khao San Road in Bangkok was a bit underwhelming and not as you might imagine it. Well, the Bangla Road in Patong is more like the real deal. Aside from an embarrassment of strip bars (an appropriate collective noun I feel), the road also has people selling photos with an iguana, photos with a loris, ...
... if not slightly too cold but we dived straight in, the best bit was it was an infinity pool overlooking some amazing scenery. We spent quite a while there as it was only the three of us, practicing the three man tower (there is photos to prove our accomplishment) the tourists started to flock in taking photos posing around the pool so we decided to leave on that note. Driving around we did eventually make it to see a waterfall but it ...
... of Koh samui so decided to head there. She said she would show us accommodation for £5 A night per room with air con and hot water so we decided to check it out. The journey to Cheweng is one i shall never forget. She is a crazy driver, speeding and overtaking on bends! I did a few times fear for my life! Anyway we arrived at the hotel which was tucked away down some side road which didn't look too appealing but when we went in and checked the room out it was nice ...