Chaweng Tara Resort
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... as Phuket and Koh Samui – Koh Phangan offers a much more relaxed, serene and restful environment.
You won’t find as many crowded shopping districts or public squares crammed with people hawking their goods and exotic Thai street foods. What you will find are miles after miles of stunning beaches, impressive scenic views, and exotic plants and wildlife.
Here’s an example of how Koh Phangan is different than other Thai ...
... our trip we were going to a familiar place. You have no idea what a big difference this makes - we knew what to expect, we understood the Thai currency and it's exchange rate to the South African Rand, we knew and understood a few Thai words, we knew what & where to eat. As a bonus, all out crew members were equally as comfortable with the transition since they had also been there previously. Nobody needed any orientation, so after checking into the hotel, Mama and I hit ...
... and as i have had a major toe nail malfunction with the mixture of mozzy spray and not a good topcoat, it was constantly sticky meaning anything fluffy stuck to my nails.. Soooo i had my first ever pedicure that i have actually paid for.. It was fine, the lady was lovely and overall pretty happy with the outcome - obvs not up to my own standard ;) - with me doing it for a living... Off home to plan the next part of our ...
... view from the ferry was gorgeous, we got the view of Koh Samui as we left, then we got the view of Koh Phangan as we docked there and finally the view of Koh Tao as we arrived there. Pulling in to the harbour of Koh Tao instantly reminds me of the pictures you see advertising thai holidays, it's beautiful. Wooden huts on the beaches, palm trees where ever you look and white sand beaches. After getting off the boat the first thing that hit me was the heat. Everywhere we have ...
... free squares. Salads and curries with plenty of veggies and brown rice instead of the predominant white you find everywhere. I even lucked upon a gentleman cutting up coconuts from a huge pile and he gave me one with coconut water and the nice, thick, crunchy coconut in it. Yum. The island is overrun with coconuts. They even have random, cheeky coconut quotes hidden on paths between beaches here. My favourite was "go to church....father's horny."