Travel Blogs from Rayong
... to celebrate afterwards at Lotus Bar, probably not such a good idea for Sophie to end with sharing a vodka bucket as she has her first sea dives tomorrow.
4th Nov: Sophie’s pretty hungover and nervous as hell about her dives. Try to assure her it will be fine and when they come back, she’s loved it. Chill out afternoon and a fun dinner with Sophie and the boys, they’re such a funny group to be with. Despite the best efforts of the boys to ...
... it was the bus driver saying that I would need to sign for this morning's bus - sounded reasonable so I agreed, collected my stuff and headed downstairs. When I got there Ross asked if I had caught up with the breakfast guy because I had not signed for breakfast.... whoops! The man had apparently headed up to my room for me to sign. Eventually, we caught up and I signed their docket. Still took an extraordinary amount of time.
... it was Yah Tee and answered the sixth call without looking.
“Where you ******* beeeeeen already?!”
“I say where you ******* been already. You leab me in Pattaya and no come back for **** sake”
“Maaaay, I was gonna call you, where are you?”
****, ****, ****!
“**** you, you ******* liar. I am still in Pattaya. I have been dancing with my new friends. ...
... villages. I'd read that Koh Samet had its own little micro weather system..and it basically hardly ever rained...and by the look of the sky i was starting to believe it.
After a few hours, Me and Mel had to jump off near Rayong as the bus was actually taking the rest of them to Koh Chang...a place we had originally wanted to go but changed our minds after checking the grim looking the weather forecast. It was an extra 3 hours to get there on the bus too which we didn't ...
... before the fire show, and they were pretty good. They were a little frustrated because the crowd wasn’t too responsive, but I think it was because the crowd was mostly Thai and the show was all in English. I really enjoyed them though. And that’s another great thing about Samed, it’s not full of western tourists. They do exist, but they don’t overrun the island; it’s mostly Thai tourists there.
So after we enjoyed the ...