Nora Chaweng Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
After a long flight from the UK (stopping in Amsterdam & Bangkok) I arrived to 32 degree heat at Ko Samui airport. It was the most adorable airport I have ever seen! The planes flew in over the island so you could see the stunning scenery and some of the sights even before we hit
the ground. (Only slight problem with this is that when your …
... any way, over taking cars and scooters all the time is the norm. She may have been going too fast round the corner to stop but then he should have maybe given her more space while over taking. This all happened right outside a Police station! A policeman nearby who was directing traffic quickly came on the scene and took them both into the police station (how convenient). Meanwhile we were left in the minivan unsure how long we'd have to wait. ...
... booked a cab with to make sure he would be there in the morning and sat down to watch a band play. Had an earlyish night as we where being picked up at 8 to catch the 12.30 catarmaran across to Kho Phanang. The cab turned up 10 minutes early which was lucky as we where ready and then set off in absolute comfort with air con and a nice cold bottle of water from the driver. He didn't mess around and got us to the ferry port at 11. We sat around ...
... and sleeping/sun bathing) We haven't made it past our knees in the sea yet as Lou is paranoid there will b a jelly fish. Good job the pool is nice then. Went back to my fave bar. Very randomly stepped out the hotel and jumped on the back of a taxi pick up, ending up the swing bar. Buckets of cocktails on the beach was great until we had lightnight and a power cut on the entire island. Ironically in one of the only two places on the island with ...
We celebrated Valentines day, Thai style with a Thai massage, followed by a marvellous candlelight steak dinner in the hotel. All very well timed as we finished eating just in time for happy hour at the bar and a couple of cocktails.
94% of all Thai's are Buddhists and nearly every home has a shrine in the garden. People give blessings to the shrines. This can be in the form of flowers, drinks, gifts, candles ...