Samui Laguna Resort
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- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Banquet room
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... around the village and observed many of the Hmong people making various things. We then had a long drive back to the guesthouse. We really enjoyed the tour and it was great to do it by ourselves as it gave us the flexibility to spend as much time as we liked at each place. As it was our last night in Chiang Mai we went for a meal at Dash! again as we enjoyed it so much last time. I had the crispy noodles and Derrick had a northern Thai ...
... took ZERO photos today!) Friday 27 February To Koh Phra Thong Today we had another guide/chauffeur for a 4 hour trip to Karaburi. The journey through the towns, countryside and National Parks was splendid especially given a knowledgable guide. Karaburi pier was an old crumbly structure servicing a substantial fishing fleet that was in the press of unloading their catches. The old fish smell from the waters edge was a bit over-powering. Here we were met by a local long-tail boat ...
... needed to tell him to leave the water. There was another evening of activities and we joined the Lyon family for dinner. For a good 45 minutes Caleb and Christine went back to the tent and I was able to converse with the Lyon family in French across multiple topics. It helps when the other people try as the Lyon family did - they do not speak English. I had better put more effort in to this French speaking - again. A great day for the ...
....so now we're in the town of Surat Thani, a 2 hour drive from the National Park.
Why did we come here? Because we're taking the plane back to Bangkok tomorrow...and we wanted a place near the airport. Problem is..we ended up booking a hotel that's an hour away from the airport! ....weird! Lolllll
So now we're in the middle of nowhere, kinda, and we cannot communicate with anyone...not our driver, not the kind people at ...
... morning of parading around the school oval (replete with dancing and baton twirling), there's a few running races in the afternoon and the following day. The kids don't drink water and are incapable of pacing themselves, meaning that we count 38 fainters before we lose track. This brings me to the third thing I love about Thailand - the complete lack of health and safety laws. In the build up to the day, the children are constructing elaborate plywood props ...