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... effort to organize an enjoyable New Year's Eve Party with buffet and dance performances.
Beach only is boring, so luckily the island is quite big and offered a couple of sights, so it was worthwhile to rent a scooter for a few days. There is also an immigration office, which came in handy as I could get my visa extension done there too. Positive conclusion: Koh Samui might be full with hotels and tourists, but you can still see "real" Thailand there.
... tom tom) who will take us to all the best bits & cut the poop bits and we have pre-booked ourselves in to the same resorts as them. This should be fun! Stus got is Straight on the scooters. We all look like Eggheads. £5 to hire a scooter for the day. BARGIN! I can see y stus in love with this place. This is his 3rd time! Waterfall 2.. Is what it is, a waterfall and I'm guessing theres no.1 near by. On our way back down from the waterfall in a 4x4 there was a thai ...
... items to be purchased for the apartments. In the past Mike has wanted us only to buy 1 or 2 of say a bathroom bin or a toilet roll holder so he could check if he liked them or not. Because it takes him an age to decide if he likes them or not some items have been discontinued like the bathroom fittings. Anyway he decided that he and Sarah were going to go to Surat Thani on the mainland and buy everything that's outstanding. He was insistent that he was going to ...
... Thani Province. It is Thailand's second largest island after Phuket, with an area of 88 sq miles and a population of over 62,000 attracting 1.5 million tourists per year. Ko Samui has abundant natural resources, white sandy beaches, coral reefs and coconut trees.
We are staying just south of Lamai Beach on the mid-eastern side of the island at a ...
... garden bar from Adam a chap who runs a bar on the beach. The only way to get there was via boat. Once we got off the boat we could see the place in the mountain side. To get to the bar you had to climb up some rocks and then across a rickety wooden bridge, we didn't realise how rickety until we seen it in the daylight. We spent the whole night there, had a happy shake, which took me by surprise to be honest but even so, what ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking