Ban Sua Samui
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... ferries. A long long line to the one window serving, then sitting waiting for the ferry which is an hour late, then trying to board and lugging your luggage to where ever they decided it should go this time. The two hour journey finally ends and another round of organised chaos retrieving your luggage and finding the transfer. We eventually got to our hotel, this time nice and modern with a ...
... and walking around for a bit. Then we indulged in a 10 hour sleep... heaven.
The next day we visited Ang Thong national park. The trip was fantastic. The sailing around the 42 islands was so beautiful and already worth our money. We got to snorkel and climb up to emerald lake, which was stunning. On one side you see the blue of the ocean, on the other the green of the lake. It was a great day. Sadly, ravers are arriving so we have to leave after such a short time. ...
... off us all after the steep climb up the granite rock which we later realised was stupid as a gentle path wound it's way up to the top alongside the falls! In the evening we ventured into Haadrin, the crazy party town where you can always hear a low beating sound reverberating from some nearby bar blasting out house music from 9am to 4am every day. Ate dinner with our new hotel mates and listened to crazy stories from one of them called Coe- a Canadian 20 ...
... saying that he looked very much like a guy called Dip who we had first met in Potosi, Bolivia, and again in Sucre. We had speculated how weird it would be to see someone from South America out here, but thought there was no way it could happen. It would be too much of a coincidence. As we looked at him trying to decide if it was him he caught our eye and began to do the same thing. Eventually he walked over and low and behold it was him! It was so unbelievably crazy, especially ...
... hit up the half moon festival on Koh Phangan that evening. Not having much plans, we decided we would head to this and see what it was like. We had heard about it before and it's kind of a big deal in Thailand. This especially suited as some of the guys we knew were on Koh Phangan, so we could crash at theirs. So about 8 of us headed over on the 1830 ferry to the island. The boat journey in itself was extremely ...