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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 …
... pretty hot underfoot. The Buddha is pretty impressive close up and in addition to the Buddha there is a hallway with great views out to the sea and a row of large bells that you can strike with large wooden sticks, each bell producing a different tone.
After the Buddha & feet washed off with wet wipes and shoes back on we explore the rest of the area around the Buddha, some lovely shops with specialty ...
Here's that sun again that we've been craving. Few hours on the beach before I head to meet the girls to top up this tan I've so tamely started. Not really able to lie comfortably on the sand, my back is in bits still from that Thai massage. There is no way in hell that they are good for you. So Koh Samui airport is tiny! 1 run strip, so I don't think I'm going to miss them walking by. I suppose it would help if I was in ...
... peanut oil, ginger, bay leaves, carrots, potatoes, and pumpkin. For breakfast most mornings I ate rice soup with shrimp and a sweet chili sauce. After some thirty Thai meals at Bamboo Hut, I haven't had one I didn't want to eat again.
The first few days at Bamboo Hut were spent working, eating well, and watching the late-afternoon rain from the dry confines of our wooden beach cabana. We took afternoon swims in the Gulf, which was just cool enough to ...
We are sad to leave Baan Manali - it's been a great stay and we are still in one piece.
I shuttled to the Lomprayah ferry port - first with Franki and the bags and then back to Thong Sala to return the motorbike.
Phu held I my passport in a vice-like grip whilst making a microscopic inspection to ensure that everything was in pristine condition. He seemed disappointed that he couldn't levy some sort of claim for damage. 1500 baht for a ...