The Passage Samui Villas & Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Lovely staff. Beautiful resort.
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... on the beach at happy hour and settled in to the Samui lifestyle. A the next hotel, the staff were playing some good tunes, but at about 6pm, our hotel had a guitarist and singer do a cabaret act and opened with "Girl from Ipanema". They would be well suited to a hotel i the states, but this was not great beach music. We left and I went shopping for essentials (tonic water, Poki, chips etc). Went to bed after vodka and tonic. All ...
... party! We jumped onto the back of one and hung on tightly. There were thousands of people at the main entrance to the beach collecting their wrist bands, once we'd made it through the crowds and stalls selling buckets we got to the first beach bar and BOOM, there must have been 25,000 people on the beach and the party was going strong already! The long beach front was lined with bars and party goers and you could hardly move. We managed to meet up with ...
... really big crabs and stuff so that was neat. One of the coolest things I saw was a big school of fish that actually just looked like the coral or something because there were thousands of them so it wasn't until they started moving that I realized they were life. It was super neat though because Jord decided to swim through them so at one point there was a wall of fish and then all of a sudden Jord swam through them and this sea of fish just parted for him. ...
... was delicious and fast became one of our favourite meals while we were on Koh Phangan. The third night was the jungle party night. This was probably our least favourite venue as it was all techno music up in the jungle. Despite that though our party group grew as we picked up a group of crazy Manchester girls in our resort to come party with us. We switched to Samsung buckets that night and managed to embrace the techno beat for the night and enjoy ourselves. ...
... of our tour, stopping a short distance away from Ko Mae Koh island (Mother Island), the scene of the second half of our day's tour.
Marcus again separated us into two groups and explained the afternoon's activities, which included another kayaking stint as well as a visit to this small island which held a beautiful salt water lake, called Emerald Lake (Taylay Nay), within its interior. Again, the German-speaking regiment went kayaking off while the rest of us ...