The Passage Samui Villas & Resort
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Lovely staff. Beautiful resort.
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We flew in to koh saumi today. We had a very relaxing breakfast as it is a lunchtime flight. On arrival at the hotel we were both very pleased. The hotel is great. Straight on to the ocean and pools look so inviting. Was nice to be able to hang up all our clothes and get settled for 10 nights. We spent the afternoon swimming in all 3 pools. Then a amazing dinner in the restaurant. Delicious food.
... I've heard that locals deliberately break the cats tails so that they can't jump up onto tables to steal food, I've also heard that the locals break the tails to make them imperfect, because nothing can be as perfect as god. But the most likely story is that all the cats in Asia are descendants from a single group of cats that where introduced to Asia possibly by early Arab traders. And that centuries of inbreeding has given them the deformed tail gene. unfortunately we think ...
... for English-language version of the brochures and missed seeing a man walking his buffalo down the beach; Candace got a photo on her i-device (pad/phone/pod).
We decided to have dinner on the beach and enjoy a meal with our toes in the sand at the water’s edge. There was a sliver of a crescent moon high in the sky, and only a handful of other hotel guests dining with us. Interestingly the majority (perhaps all) of the other guests in the hotel were Russian ...
We were pretty much dreading our boat trip to Koh Pha-ngan. We had heard it was the party island of Thailand, full if 18 year olds on their gap years, who haven't yet learnt their alcohol limits. The full moon party was something we had been told we had to see, regardless of its down sides. Our first introduction to the island was the queue for the boat at Koh Samui port. A line of about 40-50 mostly British, young people, drinking Chang beer. I felt like I was in the queue to ...
... were where I was given a bum steer by Aksel i.e. how often your equipment should be tested and time you should have before flying. The third was using tables for a triple dive and although narrowing the answer to one of two, as I got a bit muddled having only done double dive calculations before, I picked the wrong one. Neer mind – only one more day to go.
Day 3 7.30 am again and this time on a full boat with Spike, Andy and about 20 others ...