Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... He had enquired about a private speed boat but it would have cost 8,000 THB. In the end we had no idea when or if he was going to arrive. At 5.50pm we received a call to say he was catching a ferry from Samui that was running for the Half Moon Party and he would be in Haad Rin at 7.30pm. Haad Rin is an hour's drive away and an awful place to drive through. We donned our uniforms and set off. At 7.30pm the ferry arrived and we set off back with our ...
... was pretty cool. All the bars along the beach set up stalls with music, buckets of various alcoholic beverages and various pyrotechnics. It's pretty impressive and a little scary. One bar had two children, who couldn't have been more than 10 or 11 in charge of a flaming limbo pole. It was literally on fire and the kids were squirting lighter fluid at it to keep it going. There were queues of drunk people waiting to limbo under this thing, which was crazy in itself as ...
I suppose I should start this entry by apologising for not uploading a blog yesterday but you will understand further on that it was the last thing on our minds!! Our first day began with us awaking still in our little bungalow on the beach... However unlike the other days, this was a day in which we knew we were unable to top up our tans and lay in the sun all day as we were heading to the south of the Island to a town called Haad Rin, which boasts ...
... yes, 1 can. So needless to say, some stiff buckets on that beach.
All in all the full moon party was what we thought it would be, the experience was well worth it, but the chances of K2 going back are pretty slim.
The night ended with a very unorganized and kind of stupid 1.5 hour wait to get back on our speedboat to head across the ocean. When it was finally our turn, the sea, that i so lovingly called my bestie a few entries back, was now more ...