Nora Chaweng Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
... was beautiful the sky was clear the stars and moon was bright! And it was obviously really warm. Even in a bathing suit and shorts it was warm. I met so many people that night, from all over the world. Often times when you travel and go to these types of events you run into people all from the same place, for example a lot of Russian, Australian and New Zealanders. But this party had everyone, from every where, of every back ground and every age! It was amazing to just ...
... day go by. Paul made friends with a toad and a snail who he took off to find some food- what a lovely caring boyfriend I have!! At about 5pm we decided to venture into town to get some food- the rain was really coming down so we borrowed an umbrella. We found a Thai cafe that reminded me of street food- it was lovely!! We then had a little wander around the shopping centre which is only half sheltered. Where the rain was coming down so hard, ...
... around the beach and pool and the music was epic house. We ordered a Thai "bucket" which is never recommended by tour guides but is basically a ton of low grade Thai whiskey with redbull and some coke (Coca Cola that is.. we hoped). There were fire breathers on the beach and girls dances on the second floor with a DJ. Finally, we headed to the Outback Bar across from the famous Green Mango ...
... we rather by default settled on Ao Mae Hat due to apparent good snorking and a cheap hotel option. We felt it may also be undeveloped, and couldnt be ***** with the boat needed for bottle beach. Luke rode off the bakc of the taxi, rather like a sort of macho superman.
Got off (after cabbie informed Luke of the area's merits) and Sarah proceeded to price check the entire beach, including the abandoned huts on Ko Ma. Settled on the finest, ...
... food carts set up shop offering a variety of local foods - pad thai, fried rice, curries, grilled seafood - as well as a couple Western choices like pizza, fried chicken and baked potatoes. There were lots of tables and chairs around so you could sit and eat and people watch.
And that was our stay in Samui. No running around to visit sites, no crazy stories. Just a few days of relaxing at the beach.