Imperial Samui Beach Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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... in that! I was sweating like a stuck pig even in the open riding of the bike so this was actually pleasant experience. We arrived at about 6:30 (seriously do not know where time disappears to on these islands.) and check them both out. We did a little side exploring to some waterfalls that were off the pavement. Everything is beautiful and green here. Pictures and words don't do it justice so you will just have to come to see for yourself! ...
... everyone entertained by trying to make a one man band with empty soda bottle his cutlery and an ashtray, the waiters found it hilarious but I think at the same time they felt sorry for him because they gave him some sort of old fashioned traditional bamboo flute which he had even more fun with! It's like being out with a kid sometimes! Haha. Also a man flew off his chair because massive hairy brown spider with a Tommy Gun ...
... day ahead of us relaxing and exploring the area. One of the funniest moments of this stay was "the loo roll incident" (hahahah we are laughing again at just the thought of it!) Sorry if this is too much info but they don't provide loo roll here so we wandered out and bought some, that evening Izzie had the loo roll in her cubicle (thinking Imogen was in the next cubicle) "Are you next to me? chuck us the loo roll" asked Imogen ...
... think twice before actively chasing one that size. The day I left Koh Toa was the worst weather I'd seen in Thailand. Driving rain and gale force winds. It's never a good sign when you check out to catch your ferry to Koh Samui and the receptionist starts giggling when she hands you a sea sickness tablet. Leaving the harbour I was pondering in my head if I'd be able to continue reading my book during the crossing or whether it would make me feel too sick. ...
... I did in Laos 4 years earlier but is something I don't mind having to participate in again. It's hard to describe what it's like sitting on such a large animal but if you have done it before then you would know. Afterwards we got to feed the elephants bananas, which is possibly more fun as they grab the bananas out of your hand with their trunk and pop it in their mouth. After the elephants we got to look at some snakes - pythons and cobras. The python had been fed a ...