Nora Chaweng Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... has supposedly happened.
After showering and changing into our normal clothes, Dad and I decided to have a go on the fast karts at Samui Easy Kart. Not long after arriving in the taxi, we hopped into our karts as Adrian and Patrick King, and enjoyed two eight minute sessions. These karts had much more bottom end power and were very easy to drive quickly around the corners, except in one particular instance where I braked to hard and locked the ...
... down and asked for meter on! The driver wasn't happy that we'd asked for the meter and tried to get us to go in another taxi, then was shouting at us to pay him 500B and then more shouting about the meter. In the end we stuck to our guns and got him to do what he was supposed to do, so we were finally on our way! He didn't have a clue where he was going but we eventually arrived at our hotel and paid him what the meter said. Then the ...
... and continued on. There was much yelling and gesticulating by the crew and it was then that I realised that these guys didn't have any marine radio. I thought it remote that they would have an EPIRB, but they did have a depth finder / chartplotter. Anyway,we went to Mango Bay and stopped to confer with the other crew and we were away again to a dive site halfway between Mango Bay and Shark Island.
At the ...
... front of the scooter was my big bag between the legs of the driver, me on the back with my small bag. We headed towards Haad Riin and after leaving the town we were in, suddenly the driver yells back "are you ready?" What? I yell back "ready for what?" Suddenly the engine starts revving and we head up the steepest hill. I have no clue how we made it up because near the top we were going about 2 km's per hour, but we made it.
Annette was leading ...
... unpleasant feet. We all felt so sorry for her! After a few more drinks it was then time to head back to the hotel and change before dinner. I've managed to get into the habit of posting these entries before we go out as I'm usually too inebriated when we get back! ...