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TravelPod Member ReviewsChaweng Beachcomber Ko Samui
The location by the beach was nice, however it was opposite a bar which music until 3am every night, so unless you are out partying every night, then find somewhere else to stay
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... Happy Birthday is sang whilst a cake is brought out. Im either not very observant or Vikki is good at hiding things, as I never saw her take that in. Another number added to my age but a far from average birthday. We saw very little daylight but spending your birthday in Thailand with great people, well it doesn't get much better than that really. Thanks for all of the messages from back home, all very much ...
... and from there, I don't remember the rest.
Thankfully Cecillia and another girl were there with me and they brought me back to bed safely (thumbs up for the hostel being so close to the beach).
The day after that wasn't so great. I felt sick all day, so I took it as an opportunity to relax and have a real lazy day. By 8pm the taxi came to get us as the hostel and we were ...
... pier, then a ferry to take us to the island. We fell asleep instantly in the bus and then again in the ferry even though we were sitting and not lying down, it was way more comfortable than the train. The rest of the day was spent finding accommodation and walking around for a bit. Then we indulged in a 10 hour sleep... heaven.
The next ...
... in Koh Phangan for a couple of days. We partied on the beach and watched fire rope skipping... These young Burmese boys skipping some mental moves with a fire rope. So dangerous, but so entertaining. We were then all asked to do it....I don't think so.
Celebrated my 32nd birthday with the gang. We went to Luke's little community in north west KP. He lives in a shack at the side of a mountain....very hippy-fied. Great little setup though. Right on ...
... demonstrates humane and decent treatment of the animals. I knew going to the recommended company by my tour company who believe in the ethical treatment of animals and sustainable travel that they had sought out the place I was going.
I arrived at the jungle where the elephants lived. It was a sticky humid day. I was very happy to be riding through the jungle under the shady palms through a small and rocky creek. I walked through the area and got ...