Sans Souci Samui
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSans Souci Samui Chaweng
The laid back beach shack vibe of this place is very appealing to me. There is no big shiny restaurant and no giant pool with a bar in it. Just simple, comfortable accommodation in a relaxed garden setting deceptively close to the beach. It's a wonderful little hotel which has perfected itself over its 20 year existence.
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... British and a Thai parent. She translated a few bits for us when her friends couldn't understand us or we couldn't understand them. They could tell us their name and age in English and could ask us our name and age, some of them spoke a little re and could ask us where we lived too. I could believe how well they spoke in English for children of 6 years old. We spent 20 minutes playing different games with them, I played scrabble with 2 little girls, well a take on scrabble ...
Since I last wrote, I've experienced so many different sides of Thailand that it's almost as if I've been traveling multiple completely different countries. Way up north I ended up staying a little over one week in Pai - about three hours north west of Chiang Mai. Pai is a tiny tiny town, existing of only a few streets, up in the Thai mountains. It's one of the two 'hippie' gathering places in South East Asia (the other one being on 4000 islands in Laos) and has an atmosphere to ...
... is a well-known part of the island for its BBQ'd fish. One night we saw a sign for an all-you-can-eat BBQ and decided to try it out. It was just like being back home in SA. The guy was actually Dutch, braaied the meat on a oil-drum that had been cut in half, and there was more meat than salad. He even had a beer-belly (boep) sticking out of his shirt. Needless to say, we loved it. His magician friend, went around to all the tables, wowing us with his ...
... where I spot the American guys, I go over and introduce myself (they are Garrett and Kevin, two forest firefighters from California) and we all go off together to the beach. Lots of buckets and booze later, we stumble back to our hostel smelling like watermelon (watermelon scented foam party anyone?!) having had a great first experience of Koh phangnans night life, the full moon party isn't far ...
... optional but when your on holiday, optional doesn't really mean you have a choice! Had a little peruse around the market this time as well and found a few Louis Vuittoon bags. Except here they don't even bother with the fake names lol. Sunday has been much the same, with a cancelled trip and a little more rain. But the morning weather was rather sunny and despite significant cloud I've managed to get sunburnt! It's still hot the ...