The Lost Resort Koh Samet

Address: Koh Samet, Thailand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Koh Samet

First baby steps to travelling

A travel blog entry by scubasteve on Feb 23, 2015

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... view (on the main road) and sun set there one evening was great to see so many people out to view the same thing, really beautiful to see and made us feel even better about leaving for this trip!
Fire show on the beach.
there is two groups that do fire shows on the beach at night, there's a younger group and older group, best ones by far are the older groups, it's hard to describe what it's like but it's awesome and we'll worth a watch, they do fire stick limbo, and tug of ...

Musings on the human body

A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 23, 2014

... when we went to breakfast, we saw that one table was "reserved". Our hearts were warmed when we saw this elderly couple come up to the the table. The waitress hugged both of them and while the rest of us served ourselves, the staff brought coffee, juice and food to the table of this couple. This small bay in the Gult of Thailand is representative of everyone. I am so grateful to be here, with Don, and to appreciate the beauty that surrounds ...

From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

A travel blog entry by sophie-rich on Oct 24, 2012

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... hotels across Thailand and had published a book teaching it and trained people in hotels across the country. He wanted to give us a copy of his booked and he signed it for us. Soph loves them and was made up by it. It teaches you 40 simple animals you can make using two towels. A very unique gift and somehow emblematic of the kindness of strangers we have experienced in all countries on this trip.

After leaving the restaurant and the towel-folding man we headed into the city. ...

ThaIsland Time!

A travel blog entry by melislaurw on May 12, 2012

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... and only when the ocean turned pitch black for the sharks feeding time did everyone come up onto the sand. We walked a bit along the main road, watching people enjoy simple pleasures, like a man playing a small eukalale-like guitar on the street, and dren paying with plastic racquets and balls in the street, before going home for the night, exhausted and needing to wake up early for a morning return to Bangkok. Sweet ThaIsland ...

Last days of relaxation

A travel blog entry by steffijane on Jan 11, 2012

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After a three weeks travel and doing lots of adventure trips we decided to take it the last days easy and go to one of the nearest islands from Bangkok.

When we arrived at the train station after a horrendous train ride we garbed a taxi and he drove us off to the next port to drop over to Koh Samet.

It is ...