The Avenue Samui
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Finally have arrived in Ko Samui after a 3hour delay leaving Ko Phangan due to the weather and rough seas. I will be here for a few days before heading back to training and spending New Years eve and Christmas on Ko Phangan.
Today has been a lazy day and we were led by the pool before heading off to the beach, where I think I got slightly …
... forward to scraping the surface of what that amazing county has to offer and hopefully catching up with Chris, Claire, Peter and Frances in the process.
There are already literally thousands of photos which many of you will have seen and
will continue to appear on Facebook no doubt. The aim, though, is to be in the moment. With that in mind this is a shot of my view as I
type this blog entry.
And then there were ...
... komt ze ons nog een reisgids van Laos en Cambodia cadeau doen. Toffe dame! At the breakfast table we get acquainted with a German lady who is traveling since March. Australia, Fiji, New Zealand, Bali, Cambodia, Thailand, ... Today is her last day here, one more week in Istanbul and then her journey is finished. She gives us some tips for Cambodia. Siem Reap and Ankhor Wat is really amazing but Phnom Penh actually has nothing to offer. Just before we leave ...
Hellooo, quick update. Yesterday we had a beach day! There was a very nice pool to sit by but It did rain sideways for about 1 hour, even the staff were shocked at the hotel as they were taking videos and pictures of the storm (it is supposed to be sunny in ko samui this time of year). Later on we went for a rubbish Mexican which really helped James's sore tummy! We made up for the Mexican by having an evening massage for an hour. Harriet had her nails done and a ...
... we stayed here before it's called Sabaii Bay this was cheaper and soooo much nicer you'll see from the pictures we have a beach hut and this is the way to travel. On our second night after being more relaxed knowing we were happy with our accommodation we headed out for dinner and came across the night food market, this has stalls from locals selling everything, phad Thai, waffles, curry, noodles, rice, everything you can think off on a ...