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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
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THE BEAUTIFUL THAILAND
WITH STUBUM & CLAIRE BEAR
Staying at Buddy Oriental for 1night in ko Samui with stu & Claire and it is gorgeous!!! We have hit jack-pot with this 1 after spending 8 nights in a 3 bunkbeds hostel in Sydney this place is paradise. 2 swimming pools, 1 overlooking the sea, buffet breakfast, lovely …
... worse. As a matter of fact, while we were tanning, a travelling couple ( i say travelling as they were white and dressed in khaki's and checked tops) walked around wearing gloves and holding garbage bags. It was actually pretty nice to see that some people made an effort to keep the beach clean. I generally would have helped, if it were in another climate, another time zone, maybe another geographical location.. Sarah and I alternated bewteen lying on our towels ...
... in the bed next to me go have sex in the shower the other dorm anywhere but here. So the guy then asks what my name is to which I answer Alex. He then goes what the boys name to which I go no the girls name Alexandra. At this point the whole dorm is crying with laughter. He then asks if I'm Russian to which I was like yes...erm no. This then makes the whole dorm burst out laughing and the couple leave. Henri then comes storming into the room asking if I can somehow get ...
This morning we all got up bright and early to take advantage of the early bird golf at santibury golf course in koh samui. Our tee time is at 6:55 so we leave early enough to give some travel time. It's a rough start but was an amazing day. It's about $130 CDN for 18 holes, cart caddy and club rental. A pretty good deal I'd say. The course has views that cannot be beat. My Caddy Yo takes most of ...
... also take elephant rides but it was fairly obvious that the welfare of the elephants was questionable, so we didn’t go for that. Instead we watched a few Russian guys go leaping off high rocks into the water. Next were several temples that our driver suggested, the first of which was at the southwest corner of Koh Samui with views of the Five Islands, a creative name for a cluster of five small islands. You can take a long-boat sunset dinner tour to the islands and ...