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Beautiful location, great value, a great stay. Highly recommend!
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... would be much better in the morning so we headed up Lamai Beach towards Lamai Centre to do some shopping. The beach is beautiful with most of the sand made of washed sharp coral which can be sharp on the feet but still very beautiful. The sun was beating down on us pretty heavily when we got to the centre. Sunscreen, like most things catered towards tourists, was quite expensive but clothing was reasonably priced. I tried my hands at ...
... trouble with the 2 flights from Bangkok to Bali we wanted to take with lion air. I needed to find an alternative, I didn't want to spend the next 2 days sitting in Samui airport trying to get a flight. So I went back to the ticket office to see what alternative destinations we could fly to that day. It turned out our best possibility was to get a flight to Singapore at 4.30 pm. At least it was in the right direction but unfortunately it was twice the price of the flight to Bangkok which ...
Hospital then Tesco for lunch. Had my hair washed and blow dried in the hair dressers at Tesco 200 BHT felt so nice it's been nearly 2 weeks and it was proper rank! Walked along Chaweng beach it was really hot. Went to Thai restaurant for dinner with Damien and Anchilee, the place where we had Cat Fish. Started raining really heavy whilst in the restaurant and stormed all ...
... brought us back inland and into a shabby but passable and relatively cheap eatery.
We slept long and deeply in our hut, with the feint gushing sound of the waves a hundred yards away gently lulling us to sleep. In the morning, energised and revived, but sensing a feint pitter-patter of raindrops outside, we set off nonetheless to explore the various coves and beaches of this corner of the island. The first leg of our journey to Chaloklum, the nearest village, sent ...