Samui Laguna Resort

Address: 124/103 Moo 3, Surat Thani, 84310, Thailand | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Surat Thani

    Day 3 - Batu Caves

    A travel blog entry by katiejgoodwin on May 10, 2015

    12 photos

    ... had shorts on which apparently isn't allowed in the caves (it's holy I think) so had to pay 5MYR (£1) for an ugly fake gucci sarong thing to be wrapped round my waist lol. And you have to take shoes off in certain areas?! (Again cos it's holy??) Went into a shop where a woman notices my bites and let's me use her coconut oil and says it will help - I see tiger balm and she says no that's for headaches so I doubt ...


    A travel blog entry by handh on Feb 20, 2015

    136 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Elephant Hills

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Feb 09, 2015

    20 photos

    ... he spent the next 1.5 hours trying to get our canoe to the finish line first. He jumped out of the canoe in shallow parts, spun the others canoe around the wrong way and pointed out animals in trees that did not exist - what a noble player. We did get to see some stunning cliffs, monkeys and snakes along the way. Stopping to see a frog was a tad funny to us but I suppose they are animals too. The camp had nighttime activities that included a short film on Elephants, a ...

    Back on the east coast...

    A travel blog entry by liseandcris26 on Dec 20, 2014

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... and legs, which people are manhandling with their bare hands! They choose the pieces they want the way we do with apples!! We don't understand this...
    No one speaks any English but with our confused faces, we managed to get a visitors membership day pass (members only at Thai Costco) and tried to find a small meal for our evening...without having to buy in bulk! We end up buying 8 yogurts, a musli cereal and 6 pack of ...

    The only Farang in the village

    A travel blog entry by sureimdecent on May 12, 2014

    4 photos

    ... being the only speaker in town. A knock on the door comes again and this time my visibility is my salvation. A couple from the UK who live here have heard on the grapevine that I've just moved in. I'm so happy to have a conversation that is mutually understandable that I could almost hug them. Due to my incredible ability to not think things through, I've blocked from my mind that I have to get up and teach classes full of teenagers in a few days. This turns out to be a ...