Sai Kaew Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Koh Samet
... tree. With his and May’s parents both being dead and her being the oldest sister it was down to her to sort it out. Luckily she had Eriss around and he transferred the money to her as soon as she asked. He also paid for the minibus to drive us all from one end of Thailand to the other, another 20,000 Baht. I had been dubious at first but then with the offer of a free ride up north and the chance of being part of a traditional Thai wedding, I didn’t want to say no.
... Blackpool or Scarborough in England). My favourite people on board though were this Thai family which consisted of the old Nana, with lipstick all over her face..(**** knows who'd put it on her but she looked like she was taking the ****), the Mum and kids (Mum looked ****** off), then the Dad...who was a well funny bloke. He looked like he'd not slept or eaten in years and had just about managed to sustain himself on a diet of Whiskey and Baccy. He refused to get on at the start..lay ...
... a flexible spine.
After the limbo, a different fire thrower came over and took Kim and me by the hands simply saying, “Help me, please.” We ended up participating in a giant game of tug of war. My hands are still blistered, but it was pretty fun.
We spent the rest of the night just dancing on the beach and having fun. We woke up the next morning to have some brunch and then headed home. Brunch was the only disappointment of the weekend, ...
... guys lit big sticks and threw them around their bodies and in the air, was quite impressive! Had a paddle in the water back to the hotel for bed.
Woke up for our final breakfast on the island. We went and had a swim in the sea and had our tattoos refreshed, before enjoying a spicy papaya salad made by a lady on the beach, all washed down by fresh coconut juice. Perfect way to end the Thailand trip! It was then back on the boat to meet Nuk for the bus drive back to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service