Le Paradee

Koh Samet, Thailand | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Koh Samet

Island Life On Koh Samet

A travel blog entry by melindan

7

... instead of arriving and feeling disappointed. My first impression of Koh Samet, was that it definitely has a family atmosphere. The first beach on the island, Sai Kaew, is probably the best place for backpackers. Naga Bungalows (where we stayed) is the cheapest place we were able to find, and it’s conveniently located across from the beach and near several restaurants and bars. During our adventure day (which we spent exploring the island), ...

From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

A travel blog entry by sophie-rich

3

... leaving Battambang for the final three day leg to our final destination was blessing for us, both as it signified an impending end of the trip which had been enjoyable and challenging in equal measure, and it meant the end of cycling on roads shared with the biggest driving nut jobs in the world. We would cycle for around 130km (80 miles) to just over the Cambodia-Thailand border in the first day and then two more long days would take us into Bangkok where an air-conditioned, ...

Queues, boats and barbacues

A travel blog entry by dominicpenney

2

... it was bought in 1978. Oh yeh, and there were bed bugs. The 'bathroom' contained a sink and a cold water shower and also a rather charming red toilet that you had the pleasure of flushing yourself using the jug provided. Thank god we only booked it for two nights. After a rather itchy nights sleep we went for a wonder down the beach. We bumped into a couple we had seen on the ferry, Bill and Sam. They were staying in a really plush hotel, by far the nicest on the ...

Man on Fire

A travel blog entry by turnernz

10

... embarking a tired, slow ferry we are ushered to a sparkling white speedboat. At first we are skeptical and assume that we will be stung for an additional fee, but once we have been assured this is not the case, we happily climb aboard, all feeling this is where we truly belong. However, it takes about a minute of being bumped and thrown around at high speed to realise this is not the suave, elegant way to travel it may appear in the movies and in the Monte Carlo crowd, ...

Sea Day

A travel blog entry by dougo



A quiet but busy day at sea … chatting, drinking coffee, going to an outlet sale on board which was jam packed with cruisers looking for a bargain in some pretty slim pickings I have to say.



Pretty soon it was time to head up to Skywalkers and partake of their special of the day – ...

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