Boom Bay Bungalow

Ban Tai Beach, Ko Samui, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui


A travel blog entry by suziecarson6


... as the hills are not only steep, but single track with more holes than Swiss cheese. On our way up we were stopped in our tracks by a wee piggy, dog and her puppies. Hamish tried to smuggle a pup into the backs of the jeep it was so cute. We stopped for coffee at a lovely restaurant near the top of the hill, (we didn't make it to the top as the roads seemed to go on forever). It had amazing views over the coconut plantations, the green branches of the trees ...

Our island was beautiful

A travel blog entry by wendy1562


Our captain took us out at around 10.30 am and we reached the island in around 20 minutes. Spent the morning just chilling on the beach and snorkelling on the reef. We hopped back in the boat around lunchtime and went to the other side of the island. We stopped in a cove at the only place to eat on the island. Not quite a restaurant, more of a bamboo shack on a jetty with a few ...

Chill by the sea!

A travel blog entry by andynemz


... had lunch and a drink. Once refuelled we decided to pick-up some essentials – Andy needing a pair of shorts, Emily a fabric beach bag and a general clock for the night. On a travels we saw what must have been the most uncomfortable chairs made out of old gears of bikes! Once achieved we headed back to the bungalow, found ourselves a couple of hammocks and enjoyed reading by the waterside. The afternoon was then spent reading, and having a meal with a few ...

Choeng Mon beach

A travel blog entry by gonetraveliving


On the way to Choeng Mon we stopped off at the Big Buddha, again, but the piece that Adri wanted to buy was unfortunately sold. Maybe it was meant to be, I was told. Anyway, I used the time to again marvel at the steel "junk" artworks that I saw previously, simply amazing in its simplicity. When you look closely one can identify, pistons, gears, spark plugs, screws, nails, bicycle chains, nuts, bolts etc.etc I think I need one of ...

Bangkok to Beaches

A travel blog entry by hamish.harriet


... and luckily it just slithered away as I'm completely petrified of them- as I am geckos which were crawling around my dorm (shared room with 6 people) at night. The best and cheapest way of navigating the island, is by scooter- Known to us Brits as the loud, horrible and annoyingly frustrating vehicles that teen lads tend to drive. The roads in Koh Samui are very quiet and most travellers use the scooters to get around on, so I thought I'd give it a go since I ...

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