MyQxpress Chaweng Samui
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... to the massage place and this time we were greeted by some of the younger girls shoving photographs at us excitedly asking us if we knew who the man in the photos was. Well of course we did - it was Duncan from Blue. They were all swooning and giggling and saying he had been in. We didn't have the heart to tell them he was gay!
We had a nice time on Koh Samui but overall we didn't like it as much as Koh Tao. It's quite a big island and ...
... corals and shoals of fish by their millions. Felt pretty lucky to get to see and do. We then headed to some other islands and did a wee kayak. Lunch on a remote island, then a walk to see the emerald lake - another great view. It was an excellent day - Di and Norm loved it too (including the snorkelling) So throughout the week we also had lots of Massages and cocktails. Reality is going to be tough! On our way home now. Until our next ...
... it was a revelation. It only went wrong one night when I mistook another cat for KitKat, and had my hand savaged as a result.
Although Ko Samui is undoubtedly beautiful, it has been slightly too developed for our liking. We struggled to find much authenticity, and were repelled by the beer bellies of Speedo-wearing Westerners in restaurants and shops. The beach was very nice, though the waves were quite wild. We spent two days ...
... fee - which clearly
was not going to good use. The whole place reeked of commercialism and
mismanagement. Back on Ko Tao we had a super swim all the way along the
western beach (basically the whole left length of the island) and strolled back
down the 'yellow brick road' - a cobbled lane running the length of the long
beach with scooters, pedestrians, bnb's, restaurants and dive shops. It was
buzzing and pretty. Cleverly, the main road for cars was set ...
... He started singing Nessun Dorma from Puccini's opera Turandot, and hit every note perfectly, I was amazed ! It was only right at the end, the last few lines (i.e. the part where Pavarotti would have received a standing ovation), where he stopped and told the audience "I simply cannot go that high.. Have a nice Christmas everyone". I thought that was a nice touch. There was this older gentleman ex-pat in the crowd, way past his alcohol limit, that would periodically come up on stage ...