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TravelPod Member ReviewsSea Flower Bungalows Ko Phangan
Small but friendly and good location
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Travel Blogs from Ko Phangan
... pool at the new resort I moved to. Such an upgrade compared with last night! In the evening the canadian girls and some other people I met went to this incredible bar called High Bar which is the other side of the island and really high up overlooking the rest of the ...
... enjoying it! I hate being a burden so just forced myself, but for anyone who knows me well would know Ive feared open water and whatever is in it for a really long time! One of the islands was Nangyuan. I had seen it everywhere in peoples stunningly sunny travelling photos and was gutted that it was cloudy and raining for us! Heidi and Julian had already climbed to the view point so the rest of us that hadn't took the wet, awkward steep climb up. It was worth the view but ...
... away when one attempted to group by nether regions. From Sumui we then headed to the crazy, busy and bustling Full Moon Party back on Phangan. Although it has became a bit infamous, the party really is fantastic and as long as you don't get wrecked, you can only have a great time! Here we met again with lots of our friends from the previous tour and stayed until about 2AM before getting the boat back to Ko Sumui for our early departure to Malaysia at 6AM- ...
... connected by a strip of sand. At our first snorkeling stop we made the mistake of not paying attention to what our boat looked like. Around the time we had to head back, we looked around and realised we had no idea which of the 7 boats was ours. There were 4 behind us and 3 in front of us. Sophie was convinced that ours was one of the boats in front of us. I thought it was one behind us, but I have a terrible sense of direction so ...
We've just spent six weeks on the island of Koh Tao, in the gulf of Thailand. Six weeks isn't considered 'long term' in the conventional sense, but when you've been moving around as much as we have, changing location every 2-3 days, it's long enough to call home. We've been to Koh Tao 4 times now, for varying lengths of time and with varying amounts of kids. There is something about it we just love. We are made for island living and although its nowhere near ...
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