Carpe Diem Hotel Restaurant
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCarpe Diem Hotel Restaurant Bophut
Lovely little set up. The pool is great for lazing by or floating about in. The room is such a bargain! 3 of us are sharing a huge room with a lovely bathroom and a balcony. Fridge, flatscreen tv and even a hairdryer!
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... day ahead of us relaxing and exploring the area. One of the funniest moments of this stay was "the loo roll incident" (hahahah we are laughing again at just the thought of it!) Sorry if this is too much info but they don't provide loo roll here so we wandered out and bought some, that evening Izzie had the loo roll in her cubicle (thinking Imogen was in the next cubicle) "Are you next to me? chuck us the loo roll" asked Imogen ...
... open the water was. We watched N.W go under and then watched N.M really struggle without a life jacket at first but he soon came back for a new snorkel and jacket. We sat around watching and before we knew it the divers had returned from their first dive. We had some lunch which was really spicy but the fruit was nice. After we'd eaten our food we decided to give snorkelling a go. I was still very scared as our boat was the last in a row of 5 so ...
... all of that! Feeling like we had achieved something great, we set off for a Pad Thai breakfast and then mapped out our route. With only a small number of roads on the Island, we found we had to go back down to Haad Rin in order to explore the hidden away gems of the east. We ended up in Ao Thong Nai Pan, a beautiful but ridiculously expensive part of the Island. We knew we were out of our league when we strolled across one beach that was filled with jet skis to rent and a guy ...
... around us. After a series of communication breakdowns they tried to squeeze us onto an already overcrowded boat that must have had at least 50 people on it (it looked like it would comfortably fit maybe half that many). We declined and asked to be taken back to our hotel. One of the women apologized to Shane, “very sorry sir, ordinarily plenty of space, but right now Chinese season!” Aha, so was that the issue? Honestly it would not have been a very fun tour if we ...
Time to leave Bangkok, 3 days was definitely enough, had enough off the pooey and sticky smell and more than ready for some beaches! A days travel down to Koh-samui, a taxi a flight a bus a boat a taxi and we arrive at a baby version of Bangkok haha! Ready to test out the ...