The Lost Resort Koh Samet

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

Seeing 2015 in, in flames!

A travel blog entry by tullulah on Dec 28, 2014

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... not having anywhere to stay! (the island was so booked for New Years eve that about 100 Thai families were camping on one of the beaches!)

Fortunately, the myself and a friend are friendly with one of the restaraunt owners, and he agreed to rescue us and let us stay on the sofa in his restaurant! (Three girls on one sofa, not the best arrangement, but better than sleeping on the beach!)

I have no regrets about staying the extra night - we ...

A little bit of paradise

A travel blog entry by tkerrone on Feb 22, 2014

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... was up, we showered and then had breakfast. We were impressed by the food offered. After breakfast we went for a walk to explore a bit of the island. I think it may even be possible to run on the main road and we may try it tomorrow morning, before it gets too hot. We spent most of the day at the beach, being very careful not to get too much sun. One of the highlights was lunch. A Thai woman prepared a fresh papaya salad, right on the beach. We also had ...

Koh Samet

A travel blog entry by heidilockwood on Oct 08, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... trying different types of Thai street food. Some were delicious, such as the papaya salad infused with lime, while others, like some questionable looking eggs where the yolk had been extracted and some green **** put in, were not. We also did a little exploring of the island, where we came across some beautiful beaches blah blah blah, but more importantly the most adorable puppies ever! At night we did what we do best, drank chang (really cheap Thai beer which is very strong), ...

From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

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

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... mountains of Vietnam's north, one guy stood next to my bike whereupon the group broke into ceaseless fits of giggles due to the fact the saddle came up to the middle of his chest. He was not to be deterred, however, and, once managing to get his leg across the top tube, he set off at a very slow wobbling pace. Such was the difference in size between myself and him that he sat comfortably on the top tube cycling with his legs fully stretched, much to the amusement of the burgeoning ...

Queues, boats and barbacues

A travel blog entry by dominicpenney on Oct 01, 2012

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... of queue occupants (more Westerners = faster queue movement due to strong desire to reach destination), size of queue occupants (smaller people less likely to attempt a push in due to their inferior physique) and finally the official behind the desk (it's important to monitor their stamp speed). Once out of Cambodia we had to walk about 300 meters to Thai passport control. We had to queue in one huge line in the blistering heat. Poipet is one of the main boarder ...