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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... realised that the only jet ski's we could see were a hundred metres away up the end of the beach. We walked across what was the filthiest beach I have ever seen, and after nearly slipping over in the process, we reached a dungy looking run down shack with an old sign saying "Samui Sea Sports" who claimed to be fully insured. We asked the woman where "Water Edge Sports" was, and were informed that Water Edge Sports had changed its name and location, and was now Samui Sea Sports. ...
I actually had a pretty good nights sleep last night! We are only in a fan room so was a bit hot, but pretty good actually! We got up had a shower, and went to the front of the hostel where everything is basically, the reception, restaurant, bar, pool table, entrance etc. As we had only seen it in the dark we was amazed at how beautiful it was, it was quite literally on the beach, some of the tables and chairs from the restaurant were outside on the sand, it was a ...
... opportunities, them asked (demanded) for tips. I ran off screaming and throwing money over my shoulder. Not really, but I would have if it went on for much longer. I hate the hard sell.
Lilli was not interested in seeing the show, so she watched cable TV and read her book.
I tried ringing all the dive companies to see if any dives were going at sail rock, but the Dive boats were only running to Kho Tao, so I had to settle for that.
... but, turns out, we couldn't walk out far enough to swim! The water was so shallow that we had to couch down to have any feeling of swimming. We really perfected crabwalking through the water. After 3 days of shallows we sought out a more swimmable beach on the west side of koh phangan. We took a taxi to the remote "Mai Pen Rai" bungalows. Mai Pen Rai means, "no problem" in Thai and the atmosphere really reflected that thought. We stayed ...
... 500 people! I can't believe how many Jewish people are on this one island. I asked if there was a large Jewish community on Koh Samui and was told "not really", but apparently it's a really popular spot for Israelis to vacation and many have decided to stay longer and have started successful businesses here. What's even more crazy to me is that there are 5 islands with seders, all with equally large numbers in attendance.
When we arrived ...