Travel Blogs from Chaweng
... our balcony and we saw the dog emerge from the shrubs at the bottom of the hill side that leads down the mountain to our huts, with 8 puppies in tow. She stopped when she saw us and all the puppies about 4 weeks old I guess started suckling. She fed them for 5 minutes then she walked off, half of them followed her for a bit the others went back to their den. The ones following soon gave up and turned back. Their den was under a large boulder right next to the rubbish tip. Over the ...
... rain and his reply was 'well it wasn't raining when he started!' I personally would have given the fridge man a 200 THB tip (about £4), but Mike never did. It was about 8pm by the time we got back and we didn't feel that it was right to give Mike our document; we decided to wait until the morning.
The next morning Mike was in our apartment talking about all sorts and Darren gave him our document which he (skim) read whilst ...
... a great result as after Spike, Andy and Julie had signed up for some dives and I had signed up for a ‘Padi Open Water’ diving course for about £230 – ouch, we were free to look around. It is quiet season so it was a doddle to find some great bungalows for 600 Baht (£12) a night between 2 of us right on the beach. So for £30 for 6 nights, twin beds, air conditioning and beach front we are all very happy. Armed with my 300 page course book ...
... The new website is starting to take shape after another meeting with the website designer and I've finally had chance to start to write some copy for it too.
We took the entire weekend off and went in search for somewhere to stay next weekend. We wanted to stay on the other side of the island, but have never really seen the beaches here, so we went exploring. The beaches on the western coast are very rocky and the sea seems to be very shallow all ...
... from the port. Despite an argumentative manager, the resort is excellent, complete with a pool, beach, pool bar and our own bungalows. We stock the fridges with some cheap booze from Cambodia, beers from the nearby shop and snacks. The guys arrive and we catch up around the pool and some Daiquiris. That night, we head down the beach to have a few beers and a meal at nearby bars. The guys chance a teapot of vodka lime. Hmmmm. They handed it over to us ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsImperial Boathouse Chaweng
1. Right on the beach
2. 10 minute transfers from Samui airport
3. Free daytime shuttle bus to town
4. Double rooms - very nice. Neutral, balcony & chairs, spacious. Tea & Coffee in room.
5. Complimentary water daily
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Imperial Boathouse Chaweng
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