Lamai Inn 99
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... side of a cave. Mark and I made a very quick exit when we saw that. The kids loved it, especially being able to dive straight from the tent into the lake.
taking it easy today on our first day in Koh Samui, trying to find our bearings a bit. Odd not to be told by a guide what to do every second of the day.
I'm sure Anna will upload more photos ...
... there would be none for the rest were I to have any more. Dutifully, I dank one beer and waited for the drive home. About five minutes later, Tak said he was actually joking and that I could have as many beer as I liked, so I had five. We made it back to the Hotel for H hour and settled in. The thunderstorms arrived dead on time and we took our drinks and food to the upstairs bar to watch the lightning. Lovely. Lilli and I went to bed exhausted, but with a contented exhaustion. ...
... a few drinks.
Yesterday was the weekly Walking Market which is always good for a laugh especially the band and they did not let us down, some songs were obvious others took ages to workout but it always draws a crowd. Street food was good and the insect sellers did a roaring trade, we still have not been brave enough or drunk enough to try any.
Lastly the Mighty Palace have really excelled themselves so onward and upward Man City to the slaughter next ...
... out the day before you are travelling....something this guy obviously hadn't thought of. When we arrived at the port everyone quickly rushed onto the boat to avoid sitting anywhere near him again. As it was the day before the Full Moon party the boat was absolutely rammed to capacity, there must have been at least 500 people on there. When we arrived to Koh Phangan pier there was absolute chaos as the boat guys were throwing (or launching) all the ...
... and the lady without speaking a word, pointed to the departure card in my passport, stapled in there when we arrived, which should have been filled in. We quickly filled in the cards and handed it back to her, hoping she'd see the sheepish smile we gave her, hoping that that would melt her hardened heart. But no, the first word I heard her utter was "OVERSTAY", exactly like that. She reached under her counter and I ...