The Wave

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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

Koh Samui - the island of multiple moves!

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels


We were now set to leave party island and our beautiful abode for the bigger island down the road with no fixed abode!

Sat 21st Sept - We decided to sit on the deck of the boat today and found ourselves a space on the side of the boat to soak up the rays. It was actually very overcast so there were no obvious rays to catch however somehow …

Thailand a la NaTHAIlie

A travel blog entry by nadineandduncan


After a brief yet fun packed visit back to the UK and the Netherlands for the Hoong-Chou wedding, and other related shena****ns, the intrepid duo headed back again to Thai shores in order to resume their trip. The now familiar journey to Khao San Road was completed without any incidents and they started the next day with some lounging around the …

Thailand beaches- Koh Samui and Phuket

A travel blog entry by reneedar


From Vietnam we flew back into Bangkok, to finally go to southern Thailand beautiful islands and beaches for sun and relaxation after all our traveling through Southeast Asia, and before heading on to winter in South Africa. From Bangkok, we took a night train to the island of Koh Samui. It was a sleeper train, so shortly after the trip started our …

Relaxation at its finest

A travel blog entry by sarah11011


I met this Macedonian girl, Katherine, in Ko Phi Phi and we decided to make the journey to the eastern islands together. So we took a ferry back to the mainland (1.5 hours) then we took a four hour bus ride to Surat Thani. We had four hours to look around the town before our night ferry. Honestly, we only need 10 minutes. It was very sketchy and we …

The Party Island

A travel blog entry by paul_emma


... same number of Thai's sat on board so several Aussies were sat on the floor. Finally, six hours in we boarded the boat which stopped first at Koh Samui before reaching Koh Pha-Ngan. It was a little more organised that our Phi Phi experience with bags being separated in advance and a system of moving the bags off the boat when we got there so everyone had a chance to get their things. we paid 950 baht for our 11 hour trip, five hours longer than advertised. Theres ...

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