- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is very good, so we ordered. Paul had a noodle soup which he declared marvellous, I ordered a Thai salad, totally forgetting how hot they can be and spent the next half hour slowly eating what was a very tasty salad, but right on the edge of how hot I can eat something, and by the time I finished, perhaps a little over the edge as Paul said I was quite pink faced! I admit I felt it as well and it meant that we had to find the coconut ice ...
... tennis again, twice in fact, which was great if a little sweaty! How the top players play in such heat I have no idea! Half an hour was enough!
Our only diversion from the resort was an elephant safari. The ride there was fun as we got to see a bit of Koh Samui, but the elephant ride itself was rather a touristy affair and we felt like we were on a conveyer belt. I got to sit on the elephants neck - poor thing! ...
... soggy toast - yuk!), then swimming and laying on the beach as it was our last full day on the island. Tara and I had a coconut massage and facial in a bamboo hut in front of our hostel by the beach (listening to the sound of the ocean and feeling the sea breeze), it was SO good, only 650 baht so really good value. After that we got in a taxi and headed to the mall that was recommended to us by the staff at our hostel, it was all very western and we ...
... before no problem i will get it sorted " Really fills you with confidence.
We have been out and about Chaweng etc but it is baking and even on the scooter with the wind in your face the heat makes it hard work so lazing and reading on the beach have been the order of the day. Met some people from London the group consisted of 16 people all friends and family of a couple who are travelling and decided to have a gathering here, had a great laugh ...
... as the hills are not only steep, but single track with more holes than Swiss cheese. On our way up we were stopped in our tracks by a wee piggy, dog and her puppies. Hamish tried to smuggle a pup into the backs of the jeep it was so cute. We stopped for coffee at a lovely restaurant near the top of the hill, (we didn't make it to the top as the roads seemed to go on forever). It had amazing views over the coconut plantations, the green branches of the trees ...