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9/18 M.1, Ko Samui, 84330, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

Leaving Thailand

A travel blog entry by kim.orlesky on Jun 15, 2014

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... and clear up everything. The answer that came back to me said "dream really big". It showed me flashes of the different things that I could dream for, and I would achieve. Ange and I spent another day by the pool, this time my head filled with ideas of all the things that I can dream for. By mid-afternoon it was time to go. We were both sad to leave each other, but now I'm off to my next destination and another adventure and experience to ...

Lazy, hazy days on Koh Phangan

A travel blog entry by regal_tang on Feb 19, 2014

80 photos

... for some chocolately milkshakes and a ridiculously difficult game of pool (the table was massive and the balls were tiny!) under some shelter. When the rain eased up a little we jumped back on the bikes to search out this famous BBQ place. Sadly, when we got there we discovered that the guy was doing a 'special’ tonight, a pretty pricey Mediterranean style BBQ. It was lacking the meaty goodness that Pete desired so we ended up eating at a cheap little place nearby before ...

Happy birthday to me

A travel blog entry by nathanandclare on Dec 19, 2013

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... our loungers, were a couple of guys selling food from a BBQ they had fixed to a small canoe, selling things like corn on the cob and spring rolls for 30 bhat, which is about 55p so I would say that's a good deal. You do have to be careful with these kinds of things as they have chicken skewers which are out in the sun all day. On Monday it was my birthday, but as we aren't spending money on presents (apparently) we celebrated with a smile, and spent the day by ...

Ko Samui~ Island paradise amongst the wild

A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 28, 2013

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... shoulders and neck from the stress of suitcase lugging and the crazy mix of hotel pillows endured throughout 21 countries. The massage was rejuvenating and just the right combination of pain relief and detoxing.

When the massage was complete, I was given an incredible facial. The aesthetician brought a variety of oils for me to choose from, each having different benefits. I chose the chamomile and cucumber to combat the sun and the free radicals in the air. You ...

Koh phangan - the hungover and sunburnt Britain

A travel blog entry by dan_jarv on Oct 12, 2013

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... legendary. I have been to 2, the first I was too inebriated to remember. This one I am at currently, everyone is drunk and to be honest, you need to drink a bucket and a half to enjoy. Fine for most but I don't fit that agenda. I don't enjoy drinking every night, all night. I'm going to sit on the sidelines for this one, it's not that i'm boring, it's more that i'd rather like to remember my last night on Koh Phangan. It is currently 3:45 in the ...