Travel Blogs from Koh Samet
The world is indeed a small place. After bumping into a lad we went to school with in Phi Phi, we were on the boat across to Koh Samet and bumped into a lad who used to live with some friends of mine in Norwich. With a scattering of other friends traveling around the world as well, who knows if we'll bump into any more people we know.
... it was in Cabodia where people along the roads were most vocal. Seemingly everybody would, as we cycled by, shout out welcomes. Given the houses are somewhat set off the road it could be very difficult to ascertain the direction from which the shout came and, after hours of turning from one side to the next to attempt a response, we gave up. It is the kids in Cambodia who take on this role with the most energy, such that they seem to work themselves up to the point of hysteria as the ...
... the two countries so there were hundreds of people trying to get through. We spent 3 hours stood in lines. There was little to no movement for the first hour and also a lot of jostling for position which made the whole experience quite stressful. The heat had once again reduced me to a puddle and even Justine got a bit of a 'dab on'. We eventually made it through the world's worst boarder crossing, shiny new stamps in our passports and a step closer to Bangkok. ...
... room which is around $ 50 per night unless you want more option like AC, TV, etc then the price would be higher.
FYI, The sea here is not cold as you think because it is always warm almost the whole year. Breezing wind comes and passed to your room from time to time if you have an ocean view room. It will be a fantastic moment with your lover to see the sunset here as well.
... it was enough to deter me from a planned cartwheel over the fire which would no doubt have ended in disaster given my vodka laced breath.] In a manful display, Phil immediately returns to the rope and successfully puts in a few skips before exiting with his pride restored.
How has this hotel rated in the past?