The Wave

Address: Ko Samui, Thailand | Hostel
 
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      Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

      48 hours of idiots- transport story

      A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on Jul 19, 2014

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      ... bed. Asian ergonomics normally plays a big role in any public transport, for buses, taxis, trains etc. if your over the size of 5ft5 your going to be impeded some what, and this boat was no different. They basically cram as many people on these boats as much as possible. This is evident in the width of your designated area which is only about 30cm!!! Now for someone who has shoulders spanning about 45cm this is obviously going to be an issue so therefore I had ...

      Full moon party

      A travel blog entry by froda on Mar 15, 2014

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      The local people at koh tao are pretty rude, I think they are sick of all the backpackers. I was trying on this dress the other day and really wanted it. And I asked if I could get it for 250, the man in the shop just took the dress away from me and put it back. He was like now you cant buy it, I only have one price.. And then I was not allowed to buy it! Pretty strange.. But it was not only local ...

      Nobody wants a monkey on their back

      A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 05, 2014

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      ... Front Office complaining about the changed Visa process and the broken promise re the Bridge director. Since then, we received an oral apology for each issue, but nothing else was offered by HAL to try to make us happy Mariners. In fact, we were told it was our fault for not knowing about the Visas, even though I provided them with wording and page number (p.6 of 17) of the Visa instructions originally emailed to us. Although I provided the date it was sent to me, as well ...

      Ko Samui ~ A place to play with elephants

      A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 28, 2013

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      ... Upon dismantle, I felt the adrenaline of having just completed another item on my bucket list. Truly incredible riding an elephant in the jungles of Thailand. At the end of the ride, the trainer will ask you for a tip. This is quite common practice in Thailand for services you enjoyed. There is also a small booth selling baskets of fruits and vegetables to feed your elephant to reward him for your ride. Of course I purchased a basket and fed Jumbo for ...

      More early nights!!

      A travel blog entry by thelongroadhome on Nov 15, 2013

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      ... every day so far we have had rain and massive storms not just a little shower. Tonight is supposed to be the full moon party and the weather looks awful so not sure how fun that is going to be. Weather finally starts to clear up so we decide to get a scooter, ran into Sean and Cara so looks like BK for lunch. The heavens have opened up again so we decide to get flimsy raincoats and continue on with the plan of going around the island. Plan was to stop ...