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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

Island Hopping #4: Koh Samui

A travel blog entry by on Nov 03, 2014

... and a pool!! How can you beat this!? The pool is really large and lined beautiful turquoise tiles to look like the ocean colour.

Around dinner time, we explored the beach and nightlife street. Apparently it's not high season here yet. On the west coast, they amp right into high season on November 1 (I'm nt sure who pcked that day, but prices skyrocket and all hotel are full). On this side, high season doesn't start for another month. Dinner ...

Looking out for ourselves for once

A travel blog entry by debsndarren on Jan 15, 2014

... all his work. It could be the turning point for him and he may also decide to leave.

On our return we spoke with Mike and advised him of our request. He agreed to pay us. He did not understand why we were so upset with David and we had to explain to him again. We also suggested that if this is what he does to so called 'friends' I'd hate to see what he does to his enemy or someone like Mike who has twice not paid him. I think ...

A couple of quieter weeks

A travel blog entry by debsndarren on Sep 13, 2013

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... walked backwards and forwards to each apartment so many times to distribute small things to each apartment. We've also scrubbed beds, cleaned and mopped floors, cleaned windows and patio doors; all so I can take photographs of the rooms. We've purchased 2 more fridges and the newer ones go better with the white Ikea kitchens than the concrete / brown wood kitchens. So poor Darren was like a snail moving fridges around the site up and down stairs. It ...

The beautiful island of Koh Phangan, Thailand

A travel blog entry by kenax on Dec 20, 2011

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... weekend of partying at Eden.
(3) More rocking at the Jam Bar.
(4) Last drum jam (for me), followed by clips of the Jungle Experience, where the drum jam accompanied the boom boom boom (two of those means hot pounding fornication in local Thai lingo) of the ...

The Guidebook

A travel blog entry by sranedwandering on Nov 25, 2009

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... 1). And why not, we thought.

Our afternoon was quite disappointing. There was precious little else to do in Nong Khai, but we couldn’t leave until the evening – we’d booked seats on a night train to our next destination, Nakhon Ratchasima. One of my beloved flip-flops broke, so I had to buy new ones that rubbed my feet. Later I lost my sunglasses, although fortunately they turned up. We were forced to return to the famed ...