Island Resort And Spa, The Hotel Koh Samui
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... landscaped and they led onto the beach. It was a really lovely stretch of beach with enough loungers and hammocks for all 22 residents to sit, either on the beach or by the pool. The pool was lovely too, not stunning but really nice and very clean. And no one in it - even better.
About an hour later (and after Jody had thrashed Bryan at table tennis) we were given the keys to our bungalow and it pretty much stopped us in our tracks. Jody had ...
... on the beach at happy hour and settled in to the Samui lifestyle. A the next hotel, the staff were playing some good tunes, but at about 6pm, our hotel had a guitarist and singer do a cabaret act and opened with "Girl from Ipanema". They would be well suited to a hotel i the states, but this was not great beach music. We left and I went shopping for essentials (tonic water, Poki, chips etc). Went to bed after vodka and tonic. All ...
... understood how my Auntie Barbara and Uncle Ray once managed to board the wrong plane. As we left the Gate, we joined a throng of about 700 people, and marched onto the runway, breaking off to board separate planes. There were no signs at all indicating which plane was which. The staff were busy stopping keen photographers from being arrested, as, despite the airport being full of notices showing that it's illegal to take photos, and ...
... it which the estate developer -
Chris - sailed across from Ko Samui full of bricks for the planned build!
After a gentle murmur that we might need to do some gift shopping, Charney
whisked us off to the little town. I found the world's most flattering bikini
and a beautiful local printed cloth for my mum for about a third of the SA
prices. The Alexanders hosted old family friends the Wilsons that night who
also happened to own a plot on the island and who also ...
... the things that Elaina, the Norwegian girl at the dive shop had said was that everyone referred to the island as "the sticky island". This was demonstrated all over the place, so many people, whether they were just here for the season or lived here hadn't planned to stay so long. The barman Chris is the perfect example, hanging above the bar is his return ticket from 8 years ago. He came for just two weeks, met A, and never left. They were married within something crazy like 4 months. ...