Samui Paradise Chaweng Beach Resort
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Koh Samui was super built up, I felt like I was back in Costa Del sol the beach would have been nice if it wasn't so dirty and litter everywhere (again!) it was really surprising how much rubbish was on the beach as it was lined with fancy resorts-it was dirtier than the full moon ...
... were all out in Chaweng hitting "Thai-rish" (Thai irish bar if you hadn't guessed) then on to a big reggae club were we spent the rest of the night. Waking up Saturday feeling pretty fragile we headed out to explore and ended up on the beach. After eating good food we carried on along the beach, doing a spot of shopping then back to chill before Saturdays night out. Having met a couple of cool Australian girls the day before who knew the island pretty well, we ...
... struggle with language. The lovely waitress continued to smile, but she didn't have a clue what we were on about. David went to speak to the receptionist where the girl was advised that we had a special menu. It was a laminated piece of paper with lots of options, my eyes quickly found the 'eat as much as you like' sentence. We had juice, tea/coffee, cereal, eggs on toast (very dodgy sausage and ham for David) fresh watermelon/pineapple and a pancake for me that was more ...
... to four different view points. I went up the steep rocky path to the first one at 100 metres where there was a nice view. Malcolm continued on to the next three - the highest being at 262 above sea level or about 500 metres up a steep rocky gradient. I'll look at his photos. I went down to the beach for a swim but the water was too cloudy for snorkeling. We boarded the boat again via the long tail boats and had a nice buffet lunch then cruised to our next stop at ...
... setting in the rainforest and there were lots of markets and food stalls set up under the canopy of the forest. We walked down to the falls only to find that the water was a dirty brown colour and no one was swimming. While down the bottom there was what seemed like a loud explosion which made everyone stop and look. A huge branch had split of one of the trees and came crashing down, narrowly missing a group of people. We decided, it was time to high tail out of ...