Simply Life Bungalows
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSimply Life Bungalows Ko Lanta
As described, rustic quite ages mossies so rather glad to actually have a mosquito net. Get used to religious chants. Hammock outside your room and a massive towel! Nice easy walk to the beach and just across the road from Scubafish.
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... and other techniques on copper before making my rings from silver.
I had planned to go to Phuket next, however I kept hearing bad things about it and that the beaches were dirty, I therefore decided to catch the ferry to Koh Samui with a group of people I had met in my ...
... guide just said come. So off we all went in to this narrow opening. The colours were amazing, we then hit quite a bit of darkness and swam our way back to the light. B filmed this so will try to upload it. Well this was pretty mind blowing. This huge big opening in the middle of this island, it felt like you were in one of those fantasy movies. There were quite a few people in there but it didn't spoil it too much. We spent a good half an hour here before we headed ...
... end of a dish, when the heat is turned off, and Mei would say....'Time for Lime!'. As a group we made the red chilli paste - each person chopping some ingredients and then taking it in turns to use the pestle and mortar. Apparently you're a good wife if you can hear the pestle banging on the bottom of the mortar. Mei would often tell women or men throughout the class they were either good or bad wives. The first dish we made was a tangy coconut soup, or Tom Kha in Thai. Followed by shrimp ...
... Sarah ☺️ We found the "grandmother" and "grandfather" rocks on our way back into town, rocks in the shapes of genitalia, pretty underwhelming to be honest, took a few selfies (as you do) and headed off again. That's about it in Samui, we lay on the beach, drank frozen margaritas (maybe got tattoos) and danced/did handstands at a club called green mango After Samui came Ko Tao, our last Thai ...
... number where a local kids leads the boxers to the ring or something like that. Nope - the maybe 10 year olds families led these boys to the ring to actually fight. One side of the ring was packed with local Thai's who from what I was told are there to gamble on the fights. The first three fights to my eyes included under aged kids fighting - I tried not to be judgmental but that did not work so I booed the fights. On to the adult fights - during the fight the same ...
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