Sandalwood Luxury Villas
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... white skin, I wonder if we can find SPF 100?!?!? Dinner tonight was at a Thai roadside restaurant that served amazing food. Huge portions along with beer and mango shakes for under $30 for all four of us! And the service would put any North American establishment to shame. A swim in the the pool with the kids and a beer on the balcony was the perfect end to another day in ...
... eat was called the Outlaw it was in Baan Tai and did a wicked Steak and Ribs. After staying 4 nights at the Sabaii Bay Resort we travelled north and from a view point saw an amazing view of a resort, we booked 3 nights in Haad Son Resort which was so pretty with wooden jetty and hammocks and tree lights etc! We also read on trip advisor the No3 place to eat on the island was called Crave and they were a burger restaurant and the burgers were ...
... up some Thai takeaway to eat on the wide timber verandah. Comfortable beds and couch, a yard to play in, a cat, a DVD player and a lovely bathroom really made the week for us - the bathroom especially since Nigel and I both had a night neither of us will forget hugging the toilet.
One day we hired a car to explore the beaches and island further afield. We found some beautiful quiet beaches and some more crowded ones - Ko Samui ...
... good deal. On the way back we stopped off at the Wat Plai Laem Buddhist temple for a walk-around, see pictures, quite amazing. Patrick also showed us the best way to the airport, noting specifically that arrivals and departures are at two distinct different locations, which could be confusing. Now it was time for our last supper... of our holiday. We decided to spend our last evening in Fisherman's Village, and found a ...
... when we go home. We already have the recipe from our cooking school in Chiang Mai so at least that’s a start!! We finished the night off with a walk around the city to see all the monuments lit up by the river. I have to admit when we got up the next morning to catch our bus to Siem Reap, I was very sorry to be leaving Thailand. For a while I didn’t think it would top Malaysia but by the end it had completely surpassed it. I can’t wait for my next trip ...