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TravelPod Member ReviewsPenzy Guesthouse Chaweng
Penzy is great! We wanted to get our laundry done, so she tried to get the people down the road but they wouldn't do it cause it was raining so she did it herself. When she did $50 AUD fell out of my pocket and floated tot eh top, she returned it even though she totally could have kept it and I would never have known. The owners have helped us organise our boat out of Samui, as well as basically all our activites. Rooms are clean and really nice. STAY HERE!!!
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... trip through the jungle up on the mountain. We weren't sure they were still going to be there at the end, the number of low hanging branches and rough road that we had to go over. We arrived back at our resort around 5, just in time for Happy Hour by the pool. We caught a cab into Chaewang Beach and had dinner in there before doing some more shopping. Paul and I then went and had a foot and leg massage while Mark and Deb continued to shop. We got home about ...
... know who the mum was and where the den is so they could put them back. When they went to put them back they scared the mum away and where hanging around the den for a long time while she was watching. Later we wondered if that was why the mum had led the puppies away. We decided to go up to the hall and see if mum was around and if the remaining puppies where ok. When we got there the darker boldest puppy came running up to us along with 2 others, we also noticed some more of them under ...
... jungle (about 1/3 of the music on the beach was great, the rest mainly ****** pop music, albeit mixed by a DJ). Had more buckets and lost one of the French girls, ended up hanging around with the other one, Margot (who had our room key) after about 4am. Eventually, at about 7am we went back to the pier (there were still a good 2,000 people partying when we left). Got the boat back to Koh Samui at about 9.30am and headed for bed - minus one missing French ...
The mammoth journey south began in earnest. An early morning train from Kanchanaburi to Bangkok. Across to the other side of the city to pick up some supplies, before heading back across to the train station. Then a bumpy overnight train to Surat Thani. We were already exhausted and the journey had barely begun.
We were heading southwards, tracing the length of the long, thin peninsula in the south of Thailand that would eventually become Malaysia. The southern Thai ...