Grottino Beach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to go back.
Trip back was through torrential rain - at times very little visibility- luckily it had eased by the time we moored - then the fun to find our van driver.
all in all - an interesting - and long day as didn't get back to the resort until around 7pm - showered , no dinner as lunch had been substantial - just wine, cheese and biscuits, nuts and chocolates- healthy!!!!!!!!
... and surprisingly there were a lot of nice fish with all kinds of colors. We stayed there the whole afternoon. It was really hot today so we stayed for hours in the water. Around 5 we went back to the house and Michel and I went to buy some nibbles on the market for l'apero. At 7 Pat and Eric arrived, it was fun to see them again, first at Koh Chang and now here on Phuket. We went together to ...
... we will take 2 minutes to daydream and just giggle!! Of course every Full Moon party has to be seen off with a beer run to 7Eleven (Co-Op on steroids we like to call it) to watch the sun rise and toast to the epic night before. After the non stop partying of Koh Phangan the wolf pack (Kels, Lewi, JJ, Nick and I) headed to Koh Samui unsure of what to expect due to mixed reviews from other people we had met. However it is safe to say all of us loved it. Koh Samui has been described as ...
... it was either 1,200 or 1,500 baht depending on how high you wanted to go and your up for a matter of a few minutes. Should have done it in Vietnam for half the price and they went a lot higher and didn't have someone hanging up there with you. So hubby canned that idea, considering with his job he is up in the air quite often.
We found Patong to be quite expensive ...
... on the beach for Pad Thai and several cooling Changs (beer). This was probably the downfall of the afternoon, and more Changs were required as we explored the Bangla St and people watched from our vantage of The Blue Lotus bar (good free wi-fi). It was probably for the best that I passed on dinner. Sunday morning, we caught a Tuk Tuk down to Kata Beach and hired lounges on the beach for 100bt. Slightly less busy (and probably a more Euro crowd) ...