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The snorkelling was good too. I can't get over how warm the water is in this area. So straight in I went and there were plenty of fish to see. Not many varieties but plenty of stripy ones. Most were very close to the surface and you didn't need a snorkel to see themThere was also lots of those spiny sea urchins too and those spines looked nasty but thankfully they were a long way down.
They also provided lunch for us ...
... of chilled beach days in Samui - we had heard it was paradise but really compared to other places we had been it was very commercialised and the beach wasn't the best. We got done over once again by the mistake of thinking you are not catching the sun when it's overcast - I ended up looking like an actual burns victim! Still in pain 4 days later!
One night we headed to a beach bar called Ark - its got a million sun loungers and loads of tables ...
... order for me and I got a green chicken curry, and you know what - it was one of the best green curries I have ever had. The restaurant is very basic - laminex style tables and no decor, but the food was sensational. At the end it cost me 50 THB - about $1.70 and that included a coke!
Then back to the bus (which just waited for us) and across the road to a "coffee shop". But no-one had hot coffee. Mind you it was 36 degrees outside and 80-90% ...
... 8221;, as they refer to themselves) to hit the night life. After a lovely Mexican dinner (during which Julian and I acquired around 20 mosquito bites apiece) and a few margaritas, we hopped from bar to bar. After we ended up in some seedy back room club, we decided to call it an “early” night at around 4 am. Our last day together was a Sunday, and we spent it seeing Bangkok’s main public park, followed by the biggest market in the world, where we happily ...
... night trying to get to sleep, too hot to put the cover over us, paranoid that every itch was another insect biting us. It wasn't nice. The only place my bites felt ok were in the Sea. Which was the warmest sea I'd ever been in by the way.
On the Saturday night, i was ******** it about the United Barca game. I'd found a place that was showing it on a big screen, which was lucky as most places shut around 2 on Koh Samet and the game kicked off at 1.45am. After tea, we followed ...