Sandalwood Luxury Villas
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... it out for later as we were going to have a night out there. Chaweng is the main town on the island where everyone goes. It is full of tourists and bright lights so pretty yuck. The beach was really crowded and dirty so we quickly walked through and headed north where we read on numerous blogs and websites were the best beaches in Samui. Well I cannot disagree more. Dave and I drove around along the coast for hours stopping every few mins and walking through to the beach and they ...
Woke up about mid day and went strait to the beach restaurant for our breakfast lots of sun before it starts raining again in the afternoon.which as if right on cue it does but not for long in all fairness. We sat in the warm sea for a couple of hours talking randomness as usual before we headed off back ...
... can you expect. We then did some climbing on the rocks by the waterfall, Rob got pretty high. It was pretty muddy and slippy but we managed to get some good photos.
We then got the minibus back with a couple from Melbourne. But as the driver was turning left round a corner he over took a girl on a scooter. I didn't actually see her, all I heard was a bang and then a girl scream. I literally thought he'd run over her! But luckily when we ...
... the waterfall which was beautiful. We all enjoyed the experience and then went back to the hotel to recover. The youngsters stayed around the pool whilst Alan and I headed for the beach in search of Calamari for me and an ice cream sundae for 'Big Al' . The day was finished off with a massage and an excellent Thai meal. Josh tried the crab however it required a lot of effort I fear for maybe not as much as meat as he is used to. Off to Koh ...
We spent our last day in Khao Lak much like the first, and those in the middle - relaxing. We manage to organise our next few weeks and have a last delicious meal at Smile restaurant. Mum and I were a little concerned when at 7pm whilst we were wandering around the shops we noticed that an entire section of the Khao Lak strip had had it's power cut, and of course Smile was smack bang in the middle of it, with just the Frenchmans fullbeams and candles illuminating ...