Address: 17/14 Moo 3, Ko Samui, Thailand | Hotel
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      48 hours of idiots- transport story

      A travel blog entry by ladyboy-dodger on Jul 19, 2014

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      ... fella is going to throw them over board! As although I joke about their size, the Thais are genuinely hard as nails and they would cut these 3 tattooed steroid munchers straight down. To cut a long story short the answer to question too, was that they were opposite to us, and it looked as if we were going to find out the answer to question two, just give it an hour or so. Now I've seen drunk people in my time, I mean, I've just come from the full moon party ...

      Songkran - Thai New Year

      A travel blog entry by mark_deb on Apr 13, 2014

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      Sunday - 13/4/14
      After breakfast this morning we headed down to Chong Meong beach for a massage in one of the huts. It was fantastic. And only cost $9 Australian. From here we walked the beach and had a swim in the crystal clear waters. After a lunch by the pool of chicken satay sticks and Thai fish cakes, it was time to yet again hit the fun of the street of Chaeweng for the water festival. It was similar to the night before but bigger. More ...

      The Cabin in the Woods

      A travel blog entry by minionmayhem on Mar 16, 2014

      Forgot to mention that me and Joe finally became real backpackers in Koh Panghan as we had to book an extra night in order to get the ferry the next day so, we had heard about these bungalows which were £5 a night with a fan (we didn't spare any expense) Well it was a sleepless night as we were up at 5am for a transfer and the farm yard animals that were living underneath our stilted ...

      Nobody wants a monkey on their back

      A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 05, 2014

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      ... big mosque. Our guide said they got along well, but we all know all it takes is some holy man (they are always men) to decide his god doesn’t like the other group.

      Our third stop was a coconut plantation. We saw the trained macaque monkeys scoot up the trees to harvest coconuts and observed them being trained. Monkeys can harvest up to a thousand a day, people only 200. We observed a woman shucking the husks-hard work, were given an open coconut with ...

      Ko Samui ~ A place to play with elephants

      A travel blog entry by vacationista on Nov 28, 2013

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      ... to be stopped. By going to a reputable place to spend quality time with elephants, you are helping the right people and not supporting those who prey on the uninformed.

      Elephants are becoming at risk due to habitats being threatened and illegal poaching for ivory. To stay aware and knowingly avoiding such sources that affect their well-being is so important.

      Travel smart. Travel informed. In the end, Jumbo and his friends will be forever grateful. ...

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