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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
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... allsorts. During the conversation Johan mentioned that, in his opinion, which was the best beach on Samui, which also just happens to be the one not too many people are aware of. I am always interested in gathering such information from people that are living here fulltime, it expands our experience and enjoyment of the island. We will be sure to visit this spot to the south of Chaweng, I heard myself say. After we dropped Johan and Cecile off in Lamai, Adri and I were the next load ...
... to chef Samui down the road for dinner. Excellent idea as we have not been there for quite a while. We were welcomed like old friends and the English menu was proudly planted in front of us. Adri already had her sights on the spicy papaya salad while I continued to scroll through the menu. My eyes alighted when I spotted the chicken and vegetable stir fry with cashew nuts, which I ordered with steamed rice. Man, was this good, chef Samui had a heavy hand on a number of ...
... Lamai, Chaweng and Nathon) where we had coffee at our favourite coffee house, the Black Canyon. I had an Americano, Adri the Cappuccino, really great coffee (we noticed that there is now also a Black Canyon at the Tesco in Chaweng which we will surely try out shortly).
Having stocked up on some energy we decided to slip in a bit of shopping at Tesco, Adri particularly wanted palm sugar. Palm sugar is made from boiled palm sap and is the most commonly ...
... by the lack of reassurance. Just a few comforting words from a familiar face can make a world of difference no matter how hardened we think we are. When reassurance is absent we have to do it ourselves.. Some would say pray. Prayer and remorse... Pray to whom exactly? This country has a different god.....You're at the back of the queue here mate
'I promise I'll leave this ******* island if I pull through this'
... stall beforehand and we went on the hunt for Thai pancakes afterwards. We found another night market a few streets over (I'm assuming it's a weekend one) with lots of stalls and I had a pancake there while being serenaded by what can only be described as the worst singer I have ever heard (and that's saying a lot coming from me)! The next morning we left the west coast of Thailand in search of the East Coast islands. The bus to Surat Thani took about 3 hours and we only had ...