Address: 17/14 Moo 3, Ko Samui, Thailand | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

    Week 19 - 9 October 2015 to 15 October 2015

    A travel blog entry by gonetraveliving on Oct 15, 2015

    37 photos

    ... to a matinee show was when I was about eight years old and living in Ladismith (Cape - and yes, spelt with an “i”, not a “y”), where movies for kids were shown on a Saturday afternoon in the town hall. Man, this brought back some superb childhood memories.

    We arrived at the movies and were about to book via the online systems provided, when the attendant said we cannot see the movie. Huh? He tried to explain in very broken English that the ...

    Week 9 - 31 July 2015 to 6 August 2015

    A travel blog entry by gonetraveliving on Aug 17, 2015

    38 photos

    ... decided to make our acquaintance once again with the night market at Fisherman's Village. We were planning to watch the sunset from there but left too late and were going to miss it. No problem, we stopped off at the Secret Garden pub on the way which turned out to be an excellent choice as we were rewarded with one of the most beautiful sunsets we have witnessed since we got here, I could not stop clicking away, as per the included evidence. A sense of well-being washed over me as ...

    A little exploring on Koh Phangan

    A travel blog entry by plasticp_plus3 on Jul 07, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... ushered down into the boat's lower indoor seating area, and managed to snag a pretty good spot at the back of the boat, in the shade but open air, to help those little (and big) tummys from any possible sea sickness. One thing we noticed was the distinct empty space where one life boat should have been. Upon noticing this, Geoff gave the kids and I a safety briefing - if anything were to go wrong, we were to dive out as far away from ...

    Thunder and lightening madness.

    A travel blog entry by karl.harrison on May 24, 2015


    ... open on the boat. So they pegged it to their dingy with lightening striking a few feet away and started to paddle for the boat . I also strangely noticed that one of them had managed to secure a hair cut whilst in town. We witted patiently until finally we saw a small torch light through the hell as their dingy drifte back toward the black shore. It turn out that he hadn't left his a roof open...... But his mate had. Still, I thought , was kit work the risking your life ...

    Snorkeling, kayaking, speedboats… Ko Samui's not that bad

    A travel blog entry by lost_with_lisa on Nov 27, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... taking in where we were what we were doing. Until one of the guides swam over and pointed underneath us saying, " stingray stingray". We thought he was joking as they often try to scare you, I found out on my other boating experiences here. It wasn't until we saw the stingray swim underneath us, that we realized he wasn't kidding! It was a little unsettling, but thankfully it was just a small one. Enough for me to be done snorkeling for this time though. It ...

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