BP Samila Beach Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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We left Tanjung Bungah under a cloud of drizzle, joining the morning commuters on their journey into central George Town. Our scheduled departure time from Komtar was 8am, but since we were on DaveandJenna time we arrived at 7.45am. Unfortunately, the minivan was running to Jennatime and failed to arrive until 8.30am, at which point the driver gesticulated to us to hurry up because we were running late. We meandered slowly to the van. Our vehicle was bound for Hat Yai, ...
... which was a great shame as I am sure they had stories and advice to share. Elsewhere around town there was little sign of Westerners, even in our hotel.
The highlight in Songkhla, in my opinion, is Samila beach on the East coast. It is well maintained and gives Koh Samui's beaches a run for their money; I could have spent hours here hunting through the piles of tiny shells swept up along the shoreline.
... went smoothly. We were accompanied by a huge Malaysian tour group with matching fluorescent pink gift bags, and various Malaysian businessmen with multiple giant phones held to their ears simultaneously. For some reason, almost everyone on the flight seemed to be carrying either a crate of fruit or a pillow sized bag of giant Wotsits with them. The luggage carousel was carrying the oddest assortment of cardboard ...
... we joined Colin, and Don and the Germans Mike and Uli and 'number 54' - the dog who had befriended us and appeared to have been branded on his rear end with '54'. We had some great food and loads to drink - although Colin, Don and Mike had a 3 hour head start on us and it started to show each time Colin fell off his chair! We ended up drinking on the decking outside the shop outside our hotel with some of the locals, but I gave up after ...
... the way back to our house. Whilst in Hat Yai we visited a temple which houses the longest lying Buddha in Thailand (or so someone told me) we also stopped at a shopping market to pick up some AMAZING cereal which we all craved so much mmmmmmmmmm.
We have loved waking up to our Kellogg’s in the morning getting us ready for the day. This weekend we will be heading to the beautiful beaches of Krabi and hopefully getting in a cheeky bit of rock climbing in!!!!!! ...