Khanom Hill Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
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Travel Blogs from Khanom
... them of our experiences in SE Asia. Just before they had leave to go to the airport, I told them "Keep your mind open and your heart full." These words just came to my mind without much thought and after some retrospect I believe they are essential attributes for any traveller. Tomorrow we will be leaving Koh Samui island in the Gulf of Thailand to go to Koh Lanta island in the Andaman coast for more beaches on the other side of the southern Thailand peninsula.
Sà-wàt-dee! Time for an update! Maybe you've heard about the murders at Koh Toa, a small island in the South of Thailand. This is the island where I was doing my diving course. The tourists were murdered just 200m down the beach from where I was staying, horrible! Fortunately I'm still alive! Now I'm sitting on a really cosy, too cosy if you ask me, night boat that will bring me back to Sarut Thani from where I will take a bus to Phuket, ...
Today we had massages after breakfast. We stayed down the beach until lunch time having lunch at Honey Bees. Paul n Rob got ready for zip lining in the jungle. Mark and I hired a double canoe from the resort and canoed out around the island in front of the resort on a double canoe. It was a lot of fun. We met up with Paul n ...
Boarding, at sea and Koh Samui, Thailand: As “Four Star Mariners” (lots -286- of days on HAL ships) we earned special boarding privileges, so boarding was relatively easy. But we were very upset to learn that HAL was providing a much less expensive, and way more convenient, process to procure the needed Visas, the ones we went through hell to acquire: apply and pay during the boarding procedure. This was news to us and we were/are livid. Strike one against HAL. ...
... didn't seem to speak much (any?) English, but I had printed out our reservation so we were able to convey our intentions effectively. After sorting out our passports and a few other details he gently urged us to board the lobby elevator with our luggage. It was quite a tiny elevator, barely large enough for all of us and certainly not large enough for us and all our luggage, but we tried. Then the elevator doors closed and we realized the guy wasn’t in the elevator with ...