Banburee Resort & Spa
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... the mountains and city. We then went to see the ruins of a 13th century stupa in the forest. Here a baby cobra crossed our path! We then went to a coffee plantation where we learnt about how they produce the Arabica coffee bean. They grow on coffee plants as what look like green beans at first, then turn red when ripe. They are then soaked to soften and remove the skin exposing the white bean inside. They are then roasted in a big pan over ...
... platforms and three elephants were brought over to them 1 on each platform. We were given some coconut husk that had been soaked in water to scrub the little elephants. The hoses were then brought out and the first thing one of the elephants did was grab the hose from a fellows hand and maneuver it into his mouth - nice trick. We moved to the last elephant on the end as there were a few less people there. This was not one of the elephants who took a bath in the mud and ...
... that this is just her standard way of greeting me. If I don't return to Australia, it's because my head has grown so large that it exceeds the baggage limits on Qantas. Eventually, I'm left by myself to settle in. It's a very decent sized bungalow that's well appointed by Thai standards- a two bedrooms with a little kitchen sink, a fridge and a television. The bathroom is wet room, which in itself is an experience. There's a western-style toilet (which makes my tiny ...
... in a bit of a bay so it wasn't that great for swimming as low tide was during the day but we had a pool to cool off in that did just as good of a job. Our days in Samui were spent pretty much in lounge chairs on the beach, except when the torrential rains came in which case we took refuge in our room until it pasted over. The early evenings and into the night were always spent wandering around the town eating, drinking, and shopping at the night markets. ...
... cool it was! We were also luckily enough to catch a glimpse of a barracuda catching his dinner with one bite..And a baby octopus changing colour to try and disguise himself from us. We learnt many lessons this week, and Dill became a true diver after being sick through his mask 10m down!! We were very sad to leave Koh Tao and the people we'd met behind us after such a memorable week!! However we will be going back and we will next time definitely see a ...