Seascape Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
... followed by Koh Pha-Ngan. The hardest to spell of the three islands and the host of the infamous full moon party. Not much to say about this. It's something almost everyone visiting Thailand goes to - and it's worth it. Haad Rin's Sunrise Beach packed full of neon partygoers from dusk till dawn. There is something about partying with sand under your feet which makes the whole experience more fun. My time in Thailand ended with a day back in Bangkok. I spent ...
... bought our bus tickets for the hour long journey from Surratthani to the port with our train and ferry tickets, which is well advised. Once on the train the tour operator advised us to buy our taxi ticket for the transfer from the ferry to our hotel, this is not necessary as you can get a much better deal bartering with the numerous taxi drivers vying for your attention. Our hotel was situated at the end of the Chaweng resort, which was a blessing as the main resort of Chaweng is ...
... could go to a stall and get someone to paint things on you for a price (an expensive price at that) But whats the fun in that?! I bought a packet and literally plonked myself on the floor and started painting. There were people charging money, hell by the end of the night i was painting on whoever i could get my hands on, whether i knew you or not. It took us about an hour to actually get into the beach since we had all ( from Thomas's germans, to ...
... to the crew at the elephant jungle ensuring my injury would not get worse and that it would not stop me from enjoying the experience.
The trainer took me through the jungle a midst the trees and to the large waterfall that was at the bottom of a hill in the creek. He took my picture atop Jumbo and allowed me to steer him through. Jumbo was content and had no sign of abuse. He was gentle and he was even-tempered. Riding an elephant was certainly a ...
... they must be no more than 10 or 11, no one cares, it's great. The antibiotics (possibly in combination with the western food) seem to be doing the trick, though I can't wait to have more thai food dammit! Went back the hostel, thanked the owner, checked out and headed out back to the main road with my bags. Got about 2 minutes down the road when a French guy on a chopper, Loic, stopped and asked if I wanted a lift, I said yes and jumped on. He has been in Koh ...