Koh Tao Star Villa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... step, and the James Bond entry, this was the last entry for us to do. My favourite had to be James Bond, and it looks cool too! White Rock was my favourite dive site, it was beautiful and there was loads of sea life. We even saw two blue spotted ribbon tail rays. Chris did ***** It was back to the office to receive our log books and have our picture taken for our PADI Open Water Scuba Dive ID card. I did it! I was now qualified. I never ever thought I would dive, let alone gain ...
... is resurrected in name form for the food and drink area. Here "the best chef on the island" makes us some lunch, yes truly delicious and we cannot argue with his title. Then we chill and catch up. Nui and Pixy came and stayed with us in Bath last year along with Pixy's mum, 80 ish and in a wheelchair and game for anything! Then with Nui we leave Pixy to his work and stroll along and beside Sairee beach, a long sweep of sand edged ...
... booked one night's accommodation at a place called Nadapa which was in walking distance from the pier. We knew we were going to look around for a place to do our padi and we had heard most places provide accommodation if you go with them. When we arrived, we thought Nadapa was quite funky. It had an unusual layout of funky ornaments pottered around everywhere - it was weird but wonderful. We felt like we were Alice in Wonderland. Once checked in, we had some research to do in ...
... collecting my bag headed off the wharf to find a way to my resort. Unfortunately due to the bad seas none of the taxi boats were operating so I had no choice but to go in one of the expensive taxi cars which was 400B to my resort and I was soon to find out why it was so expensive. The roads around Mae Head (where the wharf is) was nice and concreted smooth roads but you go outside and the roads become rough, rocky, hilly and sometimes almost non-existent. Apparently ...
... the dark.
We wandered into town for dinner in the evening. A narrow sandy track runs from the hotel past a myriad of shops, food stalls and bungalows, before eventually becoming a road again near the pier where we had landed the day before.
The resort is serene, a relaxed air sweeps across it. There are quite a few families spending Christmas here, but even the children are relatively chilled. As we walk down the track however it becomes ...