Fenix Beach Resort Samui
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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
... riders. Our main motive was to cool down our sweaty bodies in an air conditioned mall but also to stock up on our cocktail supplies. You can buy anything there from a massive flat screen TV to a pot scourer. A few years back a friend on his first visit to South Africa (believing I suppose that Cape Town was somewhere deep in an inaccessible jungle) offered to bring us a jar of Marmite. Don't cry for the thousands of expats living in Ko Samui - they have Kellogg's cornflakes!
... but full moon gently lighting up the sea, the questionable looks on the faces of the others, as in "Are you sure this is safe? Should we be doing this?" -- and then twenty minutes later or so, you arrive on the soft sand of a small cove, after which you make your way up a path, through the trees, as you hear the music pulsating louder and louder and louder and then you are there!
Even after a second visit, my knowledge of when exactly this bar/party closes down is ...
... had read it was the coolest place ever so naturally she had to be a part of it. When we arrived it was full of Thai brides and a massive group of 18year old boys drinking Smirnoff ice. Cracking start. As we sat, a man approached Joanne, he asked if he could put his cockatoo on her shoulder, not quite getting the pun Joanne shooed him off. From behind his back he actually produced a cockatoo and put it on her shoulder anyway. Joanne must have some kind of petting zoo look about ...
... in the check in/ lounge area to use the Wifi. An American girl who I assumed to be staying at the hostel walked in and I introduced myself. After chatting to her for a bit I discovered that she was actually staying with a local family just next door and was just here to use the Wifi, which Tot didn't seem to mind at all. Her name was Carly and she was travelling with two other friends; Sevy and Jackie. A couple more people then checked into the hostel, an Australian guy named ...
... feeling like telly tubbies, we waddle back to the hostel for a well deserved lie down. Food comas are setting in, and guess what, we are off out again tonight. What a shame, how will I ever cope with another night out - facetious much. Ready, set, go! Cheweng we are coming for you, yet again. But tonight we are refusing to pay for buckets, we are making a stop off at 7-Eleven for vodka, sangsom & the legendary M-150s, just to give me that ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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