Choeng Mon Beach Hotel and Spa
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Travel Blogs from Choeng Mon
Day starts well today as there are too many cars in the car park so it means that we don't have to do truck clean, but it does mean we have to be ready in 15 mins to go, oh dear better get a move on. Short drive down to the ferry and taking only what we need for the next week. Short ferry across which took 1.5 hours, this is also where I found out …
Glorious weather and totally relaxed on the beach. Kindle reading. swimming, repeated many times over!
Marjory visited Nu and Nan's for a massage.
Whilst on the beach we saw Julie and Colin who we met at the Boat House when we were here in December 2011.....small world!
We all had dinner at the Garlands restaurant which, as last year, was excellent!
A fairly early start as we take the truck back to the port and then the ferry to Koh Samui.
As on the outward journey we are lucky to get on fairly early and have good seats on the stern deck. Beautiful views of the islands en route to Koh Samui. We stop en route at Koh Phangan and hope to visit there next time we come to Thailand.
We have spent 5 days on the island, the largest on the south east coast of Thailand. It is only 100km around, but varies from Malia esque strips to tranquil deserted beaches. After the over night train and ferry, we arrived on our little isle or paradise at approx lunch time and were taken to Monkey Samui, a Hostel near Choengmon, on the nothern …
Travel in Thailand is always interesting. The resorts are full of ticket touts and ‘agencies’ offering package trips here and there, some legal, some not so legal. We paid 500 Baht each for our travel to Koh Samui which is around £10.00.
We were picked up from our hotel in Ao Nang by mini bus and taken to the agencies ‘ …