The Passage Samui Villas & Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Lovely staff. Beautiful resort.
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... mungbean roll- what a treat! Sam was ever so upset as he got blackbean and wanted mung bean (haha joking) we didn't really fancy those! We also got some chocolate biscuits and some fanta! It was bright green! Definitely not very good for you! Haha Sam and I went to sleep about 8:30 and dosed on and off until 4:45am when we arrived in Bangkok, where our adventure began two months ago!! Sending loads and loads of love, Ames ...
... at point too- best timing as always! After the boat we arrived in Koh Samui, we went to the hostel hoping we could check in and sleep straight away as the lack of sleep was making us crazy... but no. Check in was at 2 o'clock with no exceptions. We left our bags at the hostel and walked 2 minutes to the beach, the beach is really beautiful, busy, very touristy and not as chilled as the likes of Koh Lanta but ...
Didn't sleep a wink, not because of the Train just because I didn't wake until 11 and as the attendant knocked my cabin door at half four he was as surprised as me to find me wide awake at such a stupid hour.. Still only a 2 hour wait and Chicken Fried Rice and ice coffee at Surat Thani for the Bus and then another 1 hour wait at the ferry and it was on to Koh Phangan. Met a guy Melville from Cornwall out here with his Thai living 5 year old little boy. Felt ...
... of nowhere or I just can't face food. I am very unsteady on my feet and Darren feels like he's been on a boat for days. It's warm here so we sweat when walking around, but our foreheads are cold to touch. I'm also feeling really down and emotional. A friend has suggested it's the Dengue; it sucks the life out of you and that is quite literally what it feels like. We've no idea how long we are going to feel like this. Plus our livers are still very poorly, ...
... arrived by songthaew at a large wooden sign and an arrow, pointing us to the ‘Harmony Resort’.
After a five-minute walk down a track, full of trepidation, we walked into something completely different. The beach, though small, is not much smaller than Hat Thian’s, and there were two people on it. Wooden walkways and balconies weave around the tiny resort, which is 14 bungalows dotted about the beach and a quiet, reasonably ...