BEST WESTERN Samui Bayview Resort & Spa
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Travel Blogs from Chaweng
... so far and appreciating being in one place for a period of time. We purchased a bat and ball from a beach seller which provided plenty of entertainment and we even went so far as to use the hotel gym which helped erode some of the ice cream induced guilt. Dinner on the beach was of course compulsory and our final night at a swanky cocktail bar where you sat on bean bags on the sand made us feel like we were completely cheating the system! ...
... lovely posh meal. The parents fly home tomorrow. Their visit had extracted us from the backpacker scene and into a little bit of luxury. There are pro's and con's about that, more than anything though it was just great to see them, and see that they enjoyed themselves - thanks again Mum and Graham, it was awesome. The next morning was an early start for our road trip to Koh Pha-Ngan on the other side of the peninsula. By direct route it would only take about 2 ...
... Mayo and her mates who had been in Thailand for the last few weeks – we had a good catch up over a few cheeky beers – made room for some supper then made our way into the centre of sunrise beach. One of the group we had formed was Rose – a dutch girl who some of the girls had met while travelling in New Zealand – we were able to stop at Rose's hostel and get ready – UV paint the lot! We grabbed a bucket and headed to the beach where we pulled some moves ...
... surroundings after the humidity and bustle of Bangkok. Some people were a bit put off by the cold showers but it was quite nice after all the heat. That evening we could have a little drink as we didn't have anything to get up for early in the morning. Andi and I played pool against Alex and Fiona. Andi was instructing me what ball to hit and where. In usual fashion I was a dimbat! Kristy then joined us and Alex and I eventually ...
... about that.
Another pool day was in order. We preferred the pool to the beach as something in the seawater used to sting you; apparently it’s the spores of some plant which gets cut up by the jet skis. After being stung right on the end of – well you know where – I vowed to stick to the pool for the foreseeable.
One more Jungle Experience and a lot of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool