Imperial Samui Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... the sky -- and then the unimaginable happened.
An unconscious man was being brought out of the water and up onto the sand. Everything that was going on around me came to a halt; he needed help now.
People began to gather around, standing there in shock from what was being witnessed. It seemed as if no one knew him, but to two or three of us, he was a brother -- a brother that was going to live.
A Spanish gentleman began the process of resuscitating ...
... and walking down unknown pathways of mystery to see what was on the other side. Thats when we found the most beautiful beach we had seen so far; with white sand, clear warm waters, hardly any people, coconut trees and the most spectacular sunset we had ever seen just above the ocean. We were both so indulged in the moment we barely said a word to each other and appreciated the scene. On day 4 we travelled across to the other side of the same beach in hope to find a ...
... us at 9am! We took our time over breakfast and then started back cleaning the final apartment. We don't have loads of cleaning products and they had taken most of them, Darren popped in to see if they'd finished with any of them and he said it was a bit like watching Laurel and Hardy. There was no system to the cleaning; it was random and fragmented. We had to wait for over 30 minutes for the mop and bucket. When it brought over to us, it came without the bottle ...
... to share. The tradition we seem to have acquired, but not planned, is that on the final night of every place we visit we find a local Thai restaurant, order various dishes and share them between us. Not fancying Thai food this evening, but still fancying a feast we found a lovely looking Italian restaurant. Garlic bread, seafood pasta and a pizza was ordered and once again we were not disappointed. We loved every ...
... and more fish, I also was able to swim a couple meters under the actual island where the water eroded the rock over time.
Group one arrived with the kayaks from the drop spot and it was up to group two to return them. two by two we loaded into the kayaks and started back along the island walls. It was awesome especially when we got to go in the eroded caverns. We made our way to the beach, got the kayaks to shore and swam around till the ...