BEST WESTERN Samui Bayview Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... her dad to take me in his boat tilted, " one love" to take me on my day trip. I never made it to this beach on my last trip here so I was excited to check it out. We turned the corner around the rocks that jetted into the sea that separated the bay's. Wow, this place is pretty! Only home to a view" fancy" resorts, fancy meaning expensive to most, including me on a budget , backpacking trip. Around $125-$250 a night? The three resorts ...
... the driver. He drove like a maniac the whole way whilst Gemma was in the front on her own with no seatbelt, the bus was way overcrowded with luggage and people and he just lied about journey times. Nonetheless we got here! We checked in at a decent hotel right in the heart of the main drag. I was here last year and it's mad to think that this is what I thought the real South East Asia was like. It's absolutely crawling with tourists every other shop is ...
... nightmare getting off the bus! A right unorganised mess! They were chucking peoples bags off the boat to a bit mound on the floor, and everyone was just crowded round, pushing and shoving trying to find their bag, rummaging through, throwing people's belongings, was terrible! We got our bags and were waiting for our taxi guy (which we had booked on the bus for convenience as it was dark) I'm standing there and think, I recognise that girl! There was only a girl ...
... I am clearly fixated on having different flavours as apposed to food simply having a purpose of nourishing me. Day 1: The detox started at 7am with a clay shake, when I say clay I literally mean mud clay from the ground mixed with cilium husk and water or watermelon juice. It was disgusting!!!! Then we had our morning yoga at 8am and at 10am instead of breakfast we got to have another shake hmmmm. Dinner was a veggie broth, and I thought great ...
... that time. We went to the Secret Buddha Garden which was interesting to say the least. It consisted of statues of buddhas and animals in varying states of disrepair set in jungle. Very quirky and a little bit "Spooky" as Dame Edna would say!
From there we saw the Namuang Waterfall, followed by a visit to the Big Buddha and then onto Lamai Beach where we saw Hin Ta and Hin Yai Rocks (Grandpa and Grandma) which look like the male and female ...