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Travel Blogs from Lamai Beach
... working in the east and that's when I realised that this was a common trend! On Tuesday Rich and I set
off for the infamous Sail Rock - a 30m deep rocky pinnacle halfway between Ko Phangan and Ko Tao - for a diving day. The 'chimney' swim-through - a 20m
vertical cave in the rock that you start your dive swimming down and through - was amazing
as were the schools of barracuda which we had missed in Sipadan. From the boat
we spotted a baby whale shark, about 4m long, for ...
... Much quieter than Chaweng but still had plenty to offer, we arrived in Lamai on Christmas Eve and it ended up being our favourite area of Samui! We spent six nights here and throughout that time ventured around the island and saw everything that we needed to. Our first day though in Lamai was a sad day in Aaron's eyes...it was time to shave off that moustache! He promised that on Christmas Eve, as a Christmas present it would go! Ha ha. You never know it may come back ...
... A couple of things had snapped on the bike and marks elbow was cut but it could have been so much worse. Then stu & Claire come strolling passed at the top slowly starting to twig what the hell had happened, then when the penny dropped stu darted down the hill to help us roll the bike back to the top. We were lucky.. It could have been soooo much worse. Sooo many people out here have bandages on them from bike accidents. Stus word: Heinie time : Means Beers on a beach ...
Today we were off to Koh Phangan for our last proper destination! We left nice and early and had to catch a bus then a boat to the island. We got there, checked in and met Chris (karl pilkington from China) for some food. Me and Han then spent the afternoon chilling on the beach, the sea was so warm and the weather was amazing. The first time ...
... taking in the beautiful Thailand scenery from a different perspective.
Tomorrow things take a more extreme angle down at Phanghan Wipeout! For those of you who are familiar with Total Wipeout, wish us luck on the big red balls!!!
We've included some pictures of the things that we've seen and the places where we've stayed as well as a few more along the way :)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool