Sans Souci Samui
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... proud she had managed not to throw up. We got a taxi to the airport, where we hit our first major stumbling block. At the ticket office we where told that every flight that day to Bangkok was full as well as every flight the following day, that's 20 flights a day so the next 40 flights to Bangkok where full. I couldn't believe it, I was so sure we would get a seat easily as everyone was making their way to the full moon party. Why where so many people leaving Samui on a Friday, didn't ...
... I asked Mike if he'd seen them and he said no. Then he went straight to the office and found both of them.
On another occasion we found the cleaners had piled up the duvet and pillows on the sun beds outside a room they were cleaning. The sun beds are filthy as they are outside all the time. I asked the cleaner not to put them there as they'd get dirty. She said Mike told her to put them there. Darren mentioned it to Mike and he replied 'Oh it ...
... something they are so hard to find. In Hanoi the streets often sell all of the same thing for example one whole street sells children's toys. We finally found the right street after an hour and purchased a coat at 1/5 of the cost compared to the UK. After the clothes hunt we shared a sandwich in Jamo cafe. It wasn't the cheapest place but had the coldest air conditioning so we went back several times.
We walked back to ...
We met Richard and Maria in New Zealand last year when we were picking fruit. Richard was born in England but moved to NZ when he was about 8 where he met Maria who is from Chile. They were working at the orc********ths before we started work there in the April. We didn't see much of them to start with as they were doing their own little jobs. Then we picked kiwi fruits with them before ...
... gorgeous totally lit up by the moon and so warm still!
Today, Davina and I went with a two people from last night to rent scooters..... AMAZING!! We went to a national park to see a waterfall... That had dried out!! We claimed up the path which was made of tree roots and found a dinky bit of water!! Then went higher and the view was ...
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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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