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... party atmosphere which will suit us well as I promised Ashlee the last week "would be more holiday and less of the travelling" as we only have two shortish bus rides left to Bangkok. Only 7 nights left! Not counting overnight flight at end). We just drinking piña coladas (pineapple juice for Ashlee) at a Turkish inspired restaurant setting on beach having watched an awe inspiring fire show (see pictures). More about Koh Samet ...
... coast road, there is a cycle lane and the traffic is very courteous, giving us lots of room. I spent quite a lot of time cycling by myself today which was lovely. I had my music plugged in and was quite happy just looking around and taking it all in. The hotel this evening was another lovely hotel, but this time we had a power-cut until after dark. However, the staff brought us a candle!!! I'd spent quite a long time in the pool so was quite ...
... also learn and have water with our Chang!! For dessert Sula makes us sticky rice and mango. The rice is covered in a coconut and lemon grass mixture, I think, it's not coconut rice, is more dessert like, it's delicious.
She also tells us that her mum weaves silk and she shows us some that she has made and would we like to buy, it is beautiful. For a multicoloured one it costs about £40. We ask Sula how long it takes her mum to make it and she says about six ...
... of legs in but the screaming coming from her was so loud I'm surprised I could hear afterwards or that someone didn't come to see what was happening! But I'm proud that she did it. Searching for a hotel in Laem Sing didn't turn into being such a big deal and once we all freshened up we headed out for dinner on the beach. After dinner came some entertainment again; it seems to be becoming a bit of a pattern! Dan and I egged one another on to go ...
... possessed an invaluable collateral, MY PASSPORT!
The pictures you see include our trek around the island. Namely, they cover our view from a scenic looking point; a stop for fireworks and Pad Thai at one of the ports; and finally, our time at The Ark Hotel.
The Ark Hotel
To capture the scenery of this hotel, think Las Vegas. Imagine yourself poolside with a margarita, beautiful partner and a mean sun tan. That's Ko Sumai on a bad day. On this ...