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16/08/2014- There was very little to see on Koh Samui and the main reason we scheduled in a stop there was to visit the markets and to pick up some final gifts and winter clothes in anticipation of the cold weather we were about to experience in Australia. During the day we hired sun loungers and enjoyed relaxing on the beach catching some final rays. The weather was glorious! We enjoyed an early dinner and then went straight to the market. It was ...
... camera. When he returned we decided to hop on the bike and brave a different beach where we had heard the snorkelling was meant to be pretty good. To ease ourselves into our new surroundings we treated ourselves to an ice cream and coconut/mango smoothie before we strolled through the sea (at low tide!) to a tiny beachy island. We dumped our stuff, kitted up and ventured into new waters where quite quickly, the floor was no more and there was just never-ending life in the ocean. It ...
... thrown, and I think it's hilarious when I walk last the loo to hear Nath playing games on his phone- even worse when he cheers (the game....... I assume) but I don't think it's acceptable to take your time in a restaurant toilet, that's not a place to loiter and catch up with the latest world events. Anyway, the food was really good, they managed to convert Nath to tofu (although I'm sure back in the UK, he will dismiss it as 'bloody hippie food' again) and we had ...
... sun and sipping cocktails on our sun loungers! We even had a massage on the beach which was amazing. An hour long massage with the sea and sand right in front of you and all for only 5 pounds. We had a night eating at a Mexican restaurant where the food was really good and the waitresses were fun giving us hats to try on. That night we went out to a place called Green Mango. It was ...
... the back of my mind but I did mention it to my room mate Tina who then looked completely shocked. She had been staying at the hostel for a while previous to my arrival and she said she thought she had lost some money, some 1000 Baht notes. Tina had not been keeping such a close eye on her funds so had assumed she had spent them but when I bought my issue to her attention she counted and calculated that she was down around 7000 Baht. I had to have a pot noodle ...