The Lost Resort Koh Samet

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

Koh Samet

A travel blog entry by landellsandlads on Jun 29, 2014

... on the back of Rowan and Dan's who have their own bikes at home. Hiring the scooters turned out to be a really good and cheap way to really see the island. We rode to a couple of waterfalls, a view point and a fisherman's market in the few days that we were there. We ended up staying 4 nights in Koh Samui as it was such a nice chilled out place but also had a good night life 20mins ...

Bangkok & Beach

A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Nov 09, 2012

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... pavement watching the world go by which is far more entertaining than sitting in 'Cheap Charlie's - a cool expat bar but you have to listen to international expats droning on about which club they are a member of and so on. On the pavement we have met a few different characters like the 'entrepreneur' from Bangladesh and numerous Indian's with whom we chatted about everything from cricket to life in India and their recommended destinations. We have been indulging in ...

From 10,000 hellos to one final goodbye!

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

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... are always surpassed. It may seem pretty logical that if ones expectations are lower then they would stand a greater chance of being exceeded but that in itself poses a problem: Is it better to have no or lower expectations in order for them to be surpassed, or is it better to have higher expectations in order to demand improvements? What is the best balance that can be struck between the two? This in an ongoing battle I have had on this and many other trips and in life in general as ...

Queues, boats and barbacues

A travel blog entry by dominicpenney on Oct 01, 2012

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... and bustle of Bangkok. 5 days of recharging the batteries on the beach. Cheers! A bus and a slow boat got us to Koh Samet in around 4 hours. We had, on this rare occasion, not bothered to book anywhere as every place we had visited always had people touting for your business as soon as you stepped off the bus/boat and as it was low season we reckoned there would be some deals to be had. As the boat docked at the pier there was a distinct lack of touts. None in fact. ...

Krabi, Koh Jum & Fireworks, lots of them

A travel blog entry by shevydavey on Jan 02, 2012

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... Bunglaows, some with solar power but not much else. The island hadn't really changed that much either, a few more sets of bungalows along the long eastern beach, some new ones in the southern side on the cliffs and the towns are larger ( not that they are very big). The three towns are a mixture of Muslim and Hindu and apart from Koh Jum town which cater for tourists seem to keep mainly to themselves. The island as a whole apparently only got electricity ...