Sans Souci Samui
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Since arriving in Koh Samui 8 days ago we have seen almost every attraction worth seeing during the Low season. A high season visit to Koh Samui would be dominated by snorkelling and scuba diving so we have probably seen more on this trip that we would have during a high season visit. As an added bonus the weather has been fantastic! Cool, sunny …
... on a side table, and the kitchen is open to all, in fact, you are encouraged to help! These Polish guys taught us the ropes, and it was hilarious. Dave was happy with the guitar, people were totally bewildered, and everyone was happy. Such a good idea. Treat it like a home, and people will get involved, and make the night ...
... island now and try and find the pagoda. We did find the tiger zoo but decided not to go in, then off again using our very basic map we didn’t find what we were looking for so back to some restaurants we passed for lunch. It was a good cheap lunch as well, the view was relaxing and the conversation was extremely boy and business focused so Cara and I had our own conversation between them and Jane took photos. Off to the waterfalls now and ...
... beach and is home to the world famous full moon party!!! We packed our belongings and checked out at 12, however as we were unable to check in to our new resort until 2 we stayed at Green Peace Bungalows to grab a spot of lunch and play some card games whilst we waited for time to pass. As it approached 2 we said a final goodbye to mike (the lovely of our bungalow) and headed over to Haad Rin to check into or new quaint bungalow on the beach at Haad Rin ...
We have left Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia for now as our plan to pop into Sumatra was scrapped as we didnt realise visa required for Indonesia and dont want to waste money getting a visa now and later in our travels when we work our way around islands to Bali. The best plan is back to Thailand and the brilliant Koh Samui with free 30 day visa and managed to get into the bungalow in Mae Nam Beach and negotiated same rate as before, happy days.
Kuala Lumparis a great city ...
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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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