Fenix Beach Resort Samui
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... It's unable to keep a nice cruising speed. As for the park; it's beautiful. There are 42 isles almost randomly formed while layer over layer sediment crushed here, peeking out of the water and now covered with green. Really amazing, surrounded by emerald water. Our next stop was Woa Ta Lab island, the largest of the park. Seven people live there. The rest of the islands are inhabited. The island has an amazing viewpoint to see the whole park, but there was only an hour stop and ...
... he said had the unfortunate name of " Hiroshima".
We boarded the shuttle bus which took us to the other side of the airport and from there
we were escorted by an attendant to our departure gate via a second security check. It was a long way via travelators, escalators and we kept up a cracking pace. When we finally made it to our new departure gate where we showed our boarding passes and got onto another shuttle bus, drove all around ...
... would drop you at the foot of the hill. Wednesday was exploring day, we quickly realised that we couldn't afford to eat at the club so we stocked up on water, beer and snacks. Ive had a chest infection since our last dive so got some Amoxocylin over the counter no problem. Within ten minutes three dodgy geezers on mopeds had stopped complimented my youthful face and tried to sell me timeshare. The Dutch angle was the best, apparently i'd won a t shirt and, Emma ...
... warned away by locals (when it's too much for the locals, you know it's going to be a dodgy road). We managed to get stuck half way up a steep and rocky path, our wheels skidding into the dirt as we came dangerously close to losing control of our vehicles. Somehow, we managed to turn around and head back, our tails firmly between our legs as we passed our doubters. Turns out they were right.
Once we found the correct path, we stopped for ...
... was at this early stage in the visit that we first heard Dum. Dum dum dum... The sound of 'Eye Of The Tiger' followed us around constantly during our stay. There was a huge Muay Thai fight that weekend, and the advertising campaign was limited to a series of trucks with huge speakers blasting out 'Eye Of The Tiger' and guys shouting out the names of the contenders through megaphones. They passed by continuously, night and day, every 15 minutes. On ...