Boom Bay Bungalow
Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
... beach that night!
The next interesting set up is the bathroom. The shower is heated electrically which his nice, but the shower space is in the toilet space. So effectively you could sit on the toilet and have a shower at the same time! No joke! We have to aim the shower head towards the door so we can stand up to shower.
The next peculiarity is that there is a sign above the toilet saying "No paper in the toilet, please put in the bin", ...
... a Honda Click and the costs incurred if we should (in the unlikely event of a stray dog leaping out in front of us) have an accident.
"Turn indicator piece 1500, leg splash guard assembly 4000, rubber footpad 2500"
There was a list of forty six possibilities.
I wondered if I'd ever see my travel document again.
We made a quick stop at the pharmacy and joined a line of beetroot red ...
What a fun day it's been!
I went to Chaweng Beach with my friend from Germany for a few hours, before we headed out to explore the island via motorbike. Over a delicious pad thai lunch, we plotted our adventure on the map.
... fish spa. For those who don’t know the "Fish spa" is a tank with a bunch of little fish eager to eat the dead skin off your toes and feet. Not sure who thought of that idea, but it’s a popular 'treatment’ in Asia. I tried it once before and it was a lot more dramatic with tons of fish nipping at my feet that tickled so bad I could hardly stand it. This time only a few nips here and there.
I went back to the room in time for my massage and with a quick change ...
... the restaurant invited us to join them for the evening and said the meal was complimentary. Which was very nice of them. The food was delicious and they also allowed me to have the wine pairing so I had a different glass of wine with each course. At 11.30pm they invited us to the terrace in their home where we had dessert, more wine and some rum. We were shattered by midnight but we'd promised our friend that we'd stop by at another party; we arrived at ...