Sirihome-On-Sea Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Well, our holiday is winding down. Today was our last full day on the island of Koh Samet and we spent most of it relaxing by the pool. I am almost embarrassed to admit this, but I prefer swimming in a pool, rather than swimming in the ocean. The sea is really warm, the beach is sandy and the waves are small, but it don't really like salt water. I know, I am a bit of a spoiled girl! Fortunately, there was ...
... very clean and has a lot of Russians here. We stayed at a nice hotel here. Our buddy Brian arrived around 2am and he is joining us for the remainder of the trip. Everyone else besides Jim and Claire are going back home on Monday the 24th. He has never met Jim, but as we predicted, they are kindred spirits and they hit it off immediately. Brian is a world traveler and very adventurous. He tried to talk me into bicycling across Vietnam with him last year, so we'll see what ...
... Some of the talent must be barely ten years old and can spin poi better then most people I have seen.
We moved to an "upscale" resort the second night. The vibe here has been more active, with more people and entertainment. The beach is lined with fire shows and on the beach dining. We had a lovely meal on a bamboo platform with the waves washing beneath us. The fire show had at least eleven young Thai men spinning poi, staff ...
... constellations than you can find in Ohio, which I found was quite fun. Reminds me of my brief Science Olympiad days.
Today, we woke up and a had a nice breakfast at the same first restaurant I talked about. Like I said, the restaurant was by the beach, the tables and chairs were placed on sand. This morning we all had a good laugh because when Tommi sat down, his chair was a little unstable in the sand and he sunk and fell backwards! I joked that I don't think ...
... cultural difference and historical depth; Thailand is a foreigners playground with a hint of authenticity, at least in the most saturated places. Thailand paired nicely, like fish oil and palm sugar (the secret to Thai cooking), with the aforementioned experiences in China and Japan. I have seen amazing temples, the great wall, the terracotta warriors, and modern marvels - but it remains, that my experiences with the people, local and foreign, dominates my memorable experiences and ...