ShaSa Resort & Residences, Koh Samui
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and histories of the area traveling) highly recommend "First They Killed My Father" a book written by a women who grew up during the Khmer Rouge (Pol Pot) war in Cambodia. Loung Ung was four when her entire family was forcefully removed from their home. Over the first four years of the war she watched helplessly as her family was stripped away from her and killed, either directly by the Khmer Rouge or from starvation and disease. Her story was completely heart ...
... hotel stoping for supplies on the way. If I thought our hotel was nice; theirs was heaven! A 'bungalow' a stone throw from the beach; which being drunk, I had to draw hearts in the sand with my nephew's names in- I tripped on a rope whilst going down to the sea!! We sat around talking and drinking until 3am when our taxi came to pick us up. First impressions.... It actually feels like we're away now and in Thailand. We just need sun to come out and dark clouds go ...
... and we ordered hookah (which is technically now banned everywhere in Thailand except at places where locals know to get it) and also split a bottle of whiskey with club soda. There was good live music the whole time and the atmosphere was really chill. Me and Nab played a game of pool (lost at the black ball stage.. barely) and then headed back home. We were given orders to sleep in today as much as possible ...
... baht) and were disappointed at the lack of giant fish in reception. Apple and Golf were very friendly, but not exactl refined, and frankly the welcome drink tasted like something not that nice. Lovely jungly grounds, grande resteraunt and overall shell, but details were sketchy to say the least.
Golf gave us the world’s most detailed and boring tour of the honeymoon villa possible.
Mood was very low for about 3 ...
We needed to catch a bus at 5.30 the next day which would of been fine apart from we met some lovely ladies at the night market in Krabi. Who turned out to have been on Ko Lanta at the same time as us and one of them worked at the place we were staying. Bailey and Amanda. who had been travelling together for a couple of weeks. It was an unusual friendship as they pointed out to us that Amanda could technically be Bailey's mum. At 19 and 33 respectively, you ...