Samui Laguna Resort

Address: 124/103 Moo 3, Surat Thani, 84310, Thailand | Hotel
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      A travel blog entry by handh on Feb 20, 2015

      136 photos

      ... we travel around saying you will be met by X at this point and time. Monday 23 February Samui by boat - nearly We decided to undertake a cruise around Koh Samui and have an afternoon on Koh Tan to walk and snorkel. Our 0815 pick up hadn't arrived by 1000 and after several calls and promises of 'just 10 minutes' we gave up! It wasn't too bad as we sat in a comfortable reception and enjoyed conversation and the continuing perspective of how things work here. At one stage we were ...

      Elephant Hills

      A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Feb 09, 2015

      20 photos

      ... platforms and three elephants were brought over to them 1 on each platform. We were given some coconut husk that had been soaked in water to scrub the little elephants. The hoses were then brought out and the first thing one of the elephants did was grab the hose from a fellows hand and maneuver it into his mouth - nice trick. We moved to the last elephant on the end as there were a few less people there. This was not one of the elephants who took a bath in the mud and ...

      The only Farang in the village

      A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on May 12, 2014

      4 photos

      ... as well as a cold shower (slight dampener on the heart singing front). There's also a giant bucket which houses a smaller bucket. I'm unsure what this is for exactly and I decide that I'm not going to find out. After a blissful - if not slightly sticky sleep - I get up and take a walk through town. It's a tiny village that actually reminds me a lot of my hometown in rural Victoria (although this is much less Deliverance-y). The town is essentially a slightly dusty main ...

      Days 157 - 159: Koh Phangan to Khao Sok

      A travel blog entry by rjcannin on Mar 23, 2014

      28 photos

      ... this way we didn't have to wait around, get lost, or risk being caught in a scam. On our way to Khao Sok we met a really nice young couple from Netherlands. We spent the 5 hour trip telling stories and comparing future travel plans and tips. The guy said he has been to Canada many times and is a huge fan. He even offered to photograph our upcoming wedding if we pay for his bus ticket (from Toronto, where he thinks he may be for work at the time). We arrived at a ...

      Week 12

      A travel blog entry by jackcondron on Nov 14, 2013

      35 photos

      ... which was a very welcome change of pace from road tripping.

      Car Repair Work

      • Repaired latch on rear removable window.
      • Replaced choke cable.
      • Completed oil change.
      • Added bonnet strap, bonnet latch was proving a little unreliable.
      • Replaced headlight
      • Added new front number plate.
      • Replaced headlight switch.
      • Replaced distributer cap which had small amount of damage,.
      • Added bit back to grill.