- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... view from the ferry was gorgeous, we got the view of Koh Samui as we left, then we got the view of Koh Phangan as we docked there and finally the view of Koh Tao as we arrived there. Pulling in to the harbour of Koh Tao instantly reminds me of the pictures you see advertising thai holidays, it's beautiful. Wooden huts on the beaches, palm trees where ever you look and white sand beaches. After getting off the boat the first thing that hit me was the heat. Everywhere we have ...
... of our own traditional Scottish music, accompanied by tartan table cloths,we felt very at home. Breakfast was a choice of sandwiches and chips. Sandwiches were fine, but chips were cold and minging. Having always found Thai people very friendly I was surprised that the train staff were so grumpy with us. I later found out that they had been up partying all night, the buffet carriage had been a party carriage just two hours before, with staff and passengers dancing and swigging ...
... an Olympic water polo match. We were pretty impressed but were fairly sure they had indeed made a “mistake, mistake” by putting us in this “villa.” I decided that despite the lack of extra bed it was far nicer than what we had paid for and we thanked him profusely. Just when we thought the tour was over, he took us out onto the patio and up some steps to a wooden deck overlooking the private pool. Surprise, another en suite massive bedroom and bathroom ...
... yes even Paul!) felt
a little homesick. Yes, we had sun (though it was quite
stormy/overcast a few days), sand, warm sea, BBQs, fire dancers,
cocktails, swings and hammocks, plus the few decorations and xmassy
foods we could find but we didn't have family, friends and most
importantly The Smurfs xmas tape and mince pies! Still, we had fun
building a sandman, drinking and speaking to a few of the people
about the place and really just relaxing and doing nothing; ...
... don't have any staff! We asked him if we could discuss our pay structure for when we are open; he said he didn't have time. He never does. We think he keeps putting it off so we'll just keeping working for the same pay but doing more and more. Mike used the 40 minute journey to the pier to rattle a number of things that he's not told over the previous 2 weeks. He keeps wanting us to deliver his ****** messages i.e. if the builders don't stain the new doors and ...