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... food carts set up shop offering a variety of local foods - pad thai, fried rice, curries, grilled seafood - as well as a couple Western choices like pizza, fried chicken and baked potatoes. There were lots of tables and chairs around so you could sit and eat and people watch.
And that was our stay in Samui. No running around to visit sites, no crazy stories. Just a few days of relaxing at the beach.
... at the hotel and I was shown the Indian tradition of feeding each other the cake after it is first cut!
Mostly we relaxed by the pool or went in the sea, aswell as making the most of the cheap massages! One day we went on a speed boat tour to Koh Tao and Koh Nang Yuan. They were, as you’d expect, beautiful too! We went snorkelling on both islands and saw some pretty, colourful fish – even if the coral wasn’t so colourful! Sima and I ...
... enough to do it for half the price she originally asked for and although Jason and I were a bit uncomfortable about having the three of us on one motorbike, she got us back to our apartment safe and sound.
What a crazy wet and wild day it was! We truly had some of the most fun we've ever encountered before! Maybe one year we will celebrate the Thai new year in Bangkok, where the Songkran celebration lasts for three days instead of just the one!
... hand in his pocket and his phone removed. The Thai man claimed innocence, despite the fact I saw him discard the phone under the pressure of the (justified) accusations; fortunately it landed at my feet. A minor scuffle ensued with the thief who clearly wasn't used to be caught red handed, before we deemed it a good idea to leave the scene before things got uglier…only things did get uglier. Fifty or so metres down the road (and both our memories ...
... basket on top of him. As Mike pointed out, if I did die on a rampaging elephant it's not as if I'd know much about it, but that wasn't much of a comfort to me at the start! After a few minutes we arrived at a spot where the mahoot got off, and encouraged us to take it in turns to sit on the elephant's neck and have a photo taken...like that was ever going to happen with me! I was even more nervous at the thought that the elephant might run off with me on his back ...