Mai Samui Resort & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Yesterday we went from our camp to our rainforest camp in the middle of the Cheow Lan lake in Phuket. It was literally a floating camp. Yesterday afternoon, a jungle trek was planned which ended up only being the five of us and one other guy. Dad was in his element. Eva and Mark went crazy diving in and out of the water, which was lovely and warm. …
... couple of blocks from the beach, but an easy walk past some shops and restaurants. The beach itself was pretty long and walkable, but the water looked really shallow. Not great for swimming. There were lots of beach resorts which meant no free sun chairs - if we wanted to hang out on the beach, it looked like it would be on our towels on the sand. This town had a decidely younger clientele than Lamai, with some resorts serving as party-central offering use of the ...
On the 21st June we arrived in Bangkok after our 14 hour over night sleeper train. We then had a few days to explore the city. We visited the Grand Palace, did some shopping and went to an amazing bar on the roof of a very tall building at night which had beautiful views over the city. After spending a few days in Bangkok, we are now on ...
... of the streets. So, we took it as close to where we needed to go and then got out to walk, armed only with the small water bottle we found in the back of the taxi. As soon as we left the taxi, we were soaked. People would shoot us with water guns and dump buckets of water on us all in great fun. The taxi was on its way to bringing us to the Samui Chabad House where we had to pick up tickets for the Passover Seder we are attending tomorrow ...
... I moved down to the bottom bunk to look out the window to see if being a voyeur of what was going in made things better. Squinting out the window, adjusting my eyes to the darkness outside I could see the moonlight glinting off water which rather than console me, heightened my fear as my mind quickly sped into first gear imagining us ploughing off the rails into the depths below. Realising that this fear was probably only a manifestation of my warped mind, I snuggled down into my bed ...