Baan Fah Resort Samui
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Monday morning I arrived in Samui, I got introduced to Conny and the twins (Malou & Jo). Together we sorted out the rooms and preparedeverything for the others to come. The girls are very relaxed and cozy. Both nine years old, so a little more independent. Conny and I are a bit alike and seem to get along very easily. Since the other family (Sibylle & Daniel with the kids) would arrive late we went to have dinner somewhere nice on ...
... to about 2000 baht but because ZarZar had said it was a bit pricey I made sure I had 3000 baht on me too just incase. We were picked up in the back of a Toyota truck and headed off up the mountain, driving up near enough vertical roads which sitting in the back of a truck can be quite scary I found out. I genuinely thought I was going to fall out at a couple of points. The truck didn't find it particularly easy either and struggled in first gear to get up some of it. We reached ...
... pineapple while on every toilet in Asia there is a sign where they ask not even to throw the toilet paper in the toilet... Luckily the breakfast was already prepared before the power break. All you can eat breakfast buffet for 7€ pp. Not really cheap but we could use a decent breakfast. Actually pretty romantic, having breakfast in half dark with candlelight and sea view. 2h later still no power. Terwijl we op de bus wachten ontdekken we dat er honderden minuscule ...
... I hadn't experienced anywhere yet. The town is just one big collection of the most laid back street markets, open mic nights, vegan/vegetarian food fairs and mini festivals in the woods. Many people get 'stuck' here, as they themselves call it, because of the extreme state of tranquility and relaxation the place is in. And no, marihuana has aaaabsolutely nothing to do with this ;). But if you make it as far as out of your hammock, you see the most beautiful landscapes, hill ...
... 2 week winter break, the Chinese go home after their New Year, but the French-ah they always have time off! So now is French time or in our case, sabbatical time. Ours is a sabbatical of sorts:-). I've been describing our journey to the people we've met here as: studying the history and culture, practicing our meditation and observing the intersection of buddhist thought in fledgling democracies. Now certainly that sounds better than ...