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Travel Blogs from Mae Nam
The weather was much better with just a few clouds in the sky and so we went off to chill out at the trendy Nikki Beach. The food and pool area were first class and we sipped vodka all day long!! Well Steve and Kevin did, Julie stuck to the complimentary champagne and water!!! We chatted with many ...
... visibility a bit, did see some cool shoals of fish though (some 200 to 300 strong and lots of tropical fish I hadn't seen the previous day, including some little iridescent blue fish which practically glowed despite the poor light. Headed back for a shower about 6pm then had a beer around 8pm with garlic pepper chicken and spaghetti with pork (still a little wary of my stomach). Went to bed at about 10pm and read my book for a couple of hours. Tomorrow Koh ...
... were served by a rather unconvincing ladyboy :S Then down to the beach where we were fleeced (at £5) for sunbeds for the afternoon. Only been there half an hour when a storm decided to sweep its way across the beach. Rain hammering down we decided to sit it out huddled under our umbrella as everyone in sight fled for cover. So now we're all alone on a soaking wet beach; somehow relatively dry, ...
... always lots of wildlife, especially dogs, roaming free around the islands and we had a few giggles on the scooter trip. One involved hooting at some dogs to clear the road and watching them bark back (obviously put out that they had to move!), the other was laughing at a huge prehistoric looking pig. The most special moment was driving back and looking out for a tiny beach resort with golden sand and traditional looking beach huts. It was like looking for a needle in a haystack. We ...
Having not had a chance to organise with Ollie where to meet or what boat to catch, we awoke and quickly realised that we weren't going to be leaving that morning. Instead we decided to take a walk up to the Big Buddha that gives the beach it's name. On the way we had our first taste of the enigmatic Durian. In our hostel in KL we'd seen signs banning people from bringing durian in because of its lingering smell, and while staying with Teviot, she had given us ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center