Khanom Hill Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... island of the park, we could climb to the top of the island, about 450 meters high. Of course we were up for this. It was quite a sweaty trip, climbing steep hills, a burning sun and 35 degrees celsius, but the view was very rewarding, it was definitely worth it! After spending a few minutes on the top, drinking lots of water and enjoying the view, it was time to go down again. On our way down, our guide told us to watch our left side. After a ...
We got a taxi at 9am, picked Jasmin up from her hostel and drove to the airport for our flight to Koh Samui. The hotel had said we need to leave at 9 to be at the airport for 10.30, but the taxi suddenly stopped at 9.15 and we discovered we were already at the airport. We were an hour and 15 minutes earlier than planned! Luckily, Lucy and I could already check in and were able to make use of the Bangkok Airways boutique lounge. Excited, we entered the lounge and received a ...
... shot through security and on to one of the further departure lounges like Olympic sprinters. Unfortunately our check in luggage is not the super fit athletes that we are, our check in guy could not promise they would catch the flight, but would arrive on a later one. Anyway, better that we get there ourselves and sort the luggage later. So with the crowd roaring us on we crossed the finishing line at gate A1 and ...
The bus reached the ferry port about 5.30am and we had to walk onto the ferry leaving the bus to drive on separately. As the ferry left, the sun was just starting to rise and we arrived in Ko Samui after about an hour and a half. When we arrived we collected our stuff and got a taxi across the island to Chaweng, sharing with an American guy. The weather at this point looked like it had even raining over night, but we hoped it would brighten up. ...
... Another ten minutes and we were accosted by a drunk man who wanted us to give him money for more beer. It was 08:30am and this was more than I could cope with 20 hours into a 48 hour journey so we gave up and got the Metro. After having spent a fair amount of time in Bangkok, I now realise why no one ever walks anywhere. The Metro and Sky Train feel like a sparkly safe-haven when you walk in off the street. Air conditioned and clean, they air clearly designed to keep the ...