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... the same hour to get up there. So instead we went kayaking. Now the kayaks hosted two and we were with three. Sunny and I decided Alice would join the tour guide and we would share a kayak. After the brief instruction, we took our kayak. I took the back seat, Sunny pushed the kayak into the water and made an athletic jump into the kayak. Splendid, if not he lost control and misjudged the movement of the kayak. I controlled the kayak by moving my weight as he fell into the ...
Today we had massages after breakfast. We stayed down the beach until lunch time having lunch at Honey Bees. Paul n Rob got ready for zip lining in the jungle. Mark and I hired a double canoe from the resort and canoed out around the island in front of the resort on a double canoe. It was a lot of fun. We met up with Paul n ...
... hours. We were very pleased to find a really pleasant little cafe with AC & wifi and a comfortable couch to pass the time in - good chance to update the blog on our time in Ko Samui.
So our last 5 days on Ko Samui in the house we rented from Air B&B were very relaxing. We got ourselves organized with some groceries and fresh food for breakfast and lunches and snacks but each night we cooked some rice (pasta for Xavier) ...
... wanted a taxi we both looked at one another and without a second thought we shook our heads up and down and off to the airport we went! We flew to Surat Thani and continued our trip to Koh Phangan via bus and ferry relatively stress free that day.
Once we had arrived at Koh Phangan ferry port in the early evening the only form of taxi was a van shaped car with two benches which they believed was enough space for 10 people. Fat or Thin we squeezed into the ...
... in Thailand due to the pricing and the amount of salons throughout the country. Just be mindful and ask the resorts where you are staying for reputable suggestions so you don't end up with a chronic injury due to inexperienced locals trying to make money off naive tourists. The reputable salons and spas may be a little more pricey than the chain kiosks and shops, but you know going in, that you are supporting aestheticians who are qualified and educated in the field.