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

    Ko Samet and Goodbye Thailand!

    A travel blog entry by oliviasgapyear on Feb 19, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... d had enough, and when one more man approached me, I said, "Mai chai korp khun kaa!!" which means "No, thank you!!" He just looked at me and said, "Oh... Mai chai... You speak Thai very good..." and walked away. I went into the main terminal and bought a ticket for a minibus to Rayong. While I was standing and eating the fresh mango slices I had just bought, I saw a girl with a backpack looking confused (just as I had a few minutes before). I thought about ...

    Koh Samet

    A travel blog entry by heidilockwood on Oct 08, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... we were some type of wild animal, adopted strangers as our best friends and threw up. The next day, unsurprisingly, was a write off. Yesterday, our third day on the island, we rented motorbikes to explore the island by vehicle rather than by foot. It wasn't really the delightful experience I expected. None of us can legally drive motorbikes (though no one even cared to check), so our driving down the island's 'main road' (a dirt track) was terrible. Matt crashed into a wall ...

    From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

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

    3 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Queues, boats and barbacues

    A travel blog entry by dominicpenney on Oct 01, 2012

    2 comments

    ... 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. ...

    Man on Fire

    A travel blog entry by turnernz on Jun 18, 2012

    10 photos

    ... of karaoke numbers before we headed for a bar round the corner to say goodbye to a few other friends we have made in this consistently bizarre town - Kev, Kim, Andy and Nim...

    The plan on Thursday had been for an early departure from base to head south to the island of Koh Samet. Unfortunately the exertions of the night before had taken their toll on the girls and we did not end up setting sail until after 10. The ride down became an exercise in dodging ...