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Travel Blogs from Lamai Beach
Well the water must be quite shallow around the island because the captain has told us it is out there. So we sit and look and eventually the sun starts to burn the mist and clouds away and we start to see the outlines of the island in the distance. So it is time for action.
Ko Samui is world famous for its beautiful beaches, blue skies and sunny climate, but we decide to forgo the pleasures of a day on the beach and have a look at ...
... the card game & a little kid had to help mark out ha! The rain cloud seems to be on mainland as we head to krabi. Uh oh. RAIN?? What is this strange liquid falling from the sky. Ok we have arrived & IT'S STINKS AND WE'VE BEEN EATEN ALIVE by mozi's. Learnt quite quickly that NOTHING IS WHAT IT SEEMS OUT HERE. When booking a hotel we have noticed that the pictures were probably taken 10 years ago & never updated. In krabi we stayed at a hotel that was booked over ...
Day 515 The last three days have been like a sandwich, two days of chilling on the outside of a tasty day out on the inside. After going out last night, Sunday was a relaxing almost biblical day off. Sometime during the day we made our way down to the beach. After a long three months off from the ocean we were back in the blue. It was about time. At night there was the weekly Sunday night market. There are two regular daily night markets, one food and ...
... got to enjoy the beach with hundreds for one hour then they left and we got to stay, relax and enjoy our 'nobodies' beach, that is now crystal clear for miles.
So, we ventured out for an afternoon snorkel. You know you're in a place with too many fish when you have to acquire a fish poking stick to get past them. The concept is similar to herding sheep. Swimming in a school of fish so big (20m in distance) where you can't see behind, in front, sideways or below ...
... Every night we spent about £4 getting a tuk tuk to the main beach and back again. I'd recommend sorting your accommodation well in advance; and make sure you're right in the middle of it so you don't have to get any tuk tuks for extra money! The first night was the Coral Bungalow's Pool Party. Tips for the girls - you will end up in the pool whether you like it or not! So wear waterproof make-up, swim wear and hide your shoes! The two nights ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking