Saikaew Villa

Address: 59 Moo 4, Baan Phe, Koh Samet, 21160, Thailand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 59 Moo 4, Baan Phe, Koh Samet.
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      Travel Blogs from Koh Samet

      Do you live in Norwich?

      A travel blog entry by mattandnic on Dec 28, 2010

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      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 travelling around the world at the same time as well, who knows if we'll bump into any more people we …

      Island Life On Koh Samet

      A travel blog entry by melindan on Apr 13, 2014

      7 photos

      ... smoking hookah at the local reggae bar with two Jamaican guys who were professional football players on the main land. The next night we were introduced to Tune, a local Thai man who basically ran the island. We originally met him when he was working at Naga Bar and then found out he works various jobs including: bike rentals, teaching Moy Thai, teaching fire dancing and being a tattoo artist. We spent almost every night after that with Tune and ...

      Koh Samet

      A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 21, 2014

      3 photos

      ... noticed our confusion as we got off the train, we found the bus station. We bought our tickets to Ban Phe and boarded a bus. The ride was very comfortable and in 3 1/2 hours we were in the small town of Ban Phe, ready to catch our ferry to Koh Samet. We had a bit of time, so we walked around the pier, looking at the shops. The "ferry" left a bit late, but by 3:00, we were on the island. Getting on the ferry was easy, we walked down a ramp and ...

      From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

      A travel blog entry by sophie-rich on Oct 24, 2012

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      ... the queue going through the building. That is fine, he replied, you can leave them with us. Not bloody likely was my response and we proceeded to wheel them towards the vehicle processing queue much to the consternation of the non-uniformed youth. We were approached by a friendly policeman would, after asking us where we were going, said we could leave our bikes with him and then showed us the correct queue to line up in. After standing in the air-conditioned comfort of the immigration ...

      Queues, boats and barbacues

      A travel blog entry by dominicpenney on Oct 01, 2012


      ... docked we were slightly disappointed as it looked like it was held together by a load of old ropes and chewing gum. There wasn't really anywhere to sit and the floor was covered in rubbish and old cans. We sailed along the coast line, past our hotel. After about an hour we pulled up ready to fish. I literally did not see one fish even swim by. We casted off and hoped for the best. Not even a nibble. No-one caught a thing. After about 30 minutes the 'fishing' aspect of ...