Iyara Beach Hotel & Plaza
Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
... doing brisk business. Apparently a prize fighting buffalo is worth around forty thousand US dollars.
Back to Chaweng for dinner at a restaurant where we were served by a man from Lahore in Pakistan. His eyes lit up when we could discuss the T20 and whether it was time for Shahid Afridi to retire. Franki declared her butter chicken "the second best meal in Thailand" thus relegating the cashew chicken on the train to third place.
Chaweng is the ...
... too posh for us two with our back packs and sweat dripping off us!) We arrived at our little China Town style block which had about 6 rooms in and three floors! We were the top floor....Room 628 with the most unbelievable sea view where you could see the island and the wrest of the resort which looks very much like china town with little pointed villas and some with private pools! But we made do with the resorts Infinity Pool! It was FAB! Looking out on to ...
... are all over the place, it will cost you 800 Baht. Went back home to freshen up after which we went to Fisherman's village for a quick walk around and a beer at the Emerald Irish pub and restaurant. We were contemplating having supper here but Adri suggested she make us a green curry, now that she has skilled up on her Thai cooking. An hour later we were munching away on this traditional Thai dish, better than in any restaurant we've tried ...
... with you, but none too much; If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds' worth of distance run, Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it, And - which is more - you'll be a Man, my son! Beano and I are fed up with the rain! The storms are awful. We had a Thai massage class today which was good. I am spending the night re arranging flights and hotels and hopefully we can find some sun ...
We first passed the large town of Chaweng, home of full moon parties and nightlife, as well as the longest and prettiest stretch of beach on the island. We didn't stop at this time but instead continued on to the next coastal town, named Lamai. We detoured at a pretty overlook and snapped some pictures.
Our next activity occurred at Valentine Stone, a quasi-tourist attraction consisting of a big rock shaped like a heart. There was also ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service