Lamai Chalet

Address: Lamai Beach, Ko Samui, Thailand | Ranch
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    Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

    Day 26 - Full Moon Party

    A travel blog entry by katiejgoodwin on Jun 02, 2015

    ... Then starts getting violent and people get involved to tell him to stop. While I'm pushed on the floor he just turns round and ***** off and I have no idea where he's gone, I have no money, no bag, literally nothing and I'm crying and I'm in pain and just a ******* mess and I cannot believe he has done this. The 1 thing he promised not to do he's done to the worst extent and I could not be more upset or angry. I get adopted by 2 Malaysian men who take me to the clinic and they give me ...

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    A travel blog entry by imogen82 on Jan 09, 2015

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    ... Imogen's experiences on her previous trip) we fear have been somewhat ruined. It's a real shame. It's like 'bums on seats' instead of keeping the beaches and remote islands (only accessible by day boat) as they should be. Pictures attached of the best bits. If Imogen had spun the camera round you would be horrified at the rubbish and general lack of attention the area had endured. Anyway boring myself now but as a leaving note at ...


    A travel blog entry by lukeandsarah on Aug 06, 2014

    ... to bury himself in the sandbar. Cool!

    Overall, snorking here was pretty decent, although not as good as Belize and a bit scary as it was either very shallow or quite deep with largish waves and concerns over potential currents.

    Dinner in a backstreet resto. Got a nice upstairs vibe and had a powercut that would have been romantic if we hadn't been fighting all day. Luke tried to drown sorrows with Rum on the porch.


    Bonus Beach Week(s) pt. 1

    A travel blog entry by sjandemma on Apr 17, 2014

    19 photos

    Beach week(s)!!!!! After over 24 hours of train, bus and ferry time we arrived on koh phangan. We actually had a whole charter bus to ourselves for an hour... talk about being eco-friendly. Now, you all may know Koh Phangan as "The Full Moon Party" island, but we flat out missed that... so it was just a beautiful, relaxing island complete with beach games, relaxing and more beach games. We started on the west side of the island. Haad Yao beach ...

    The Party Island

    A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Mar 09, 2014

    4 photos

    ... can do attitude by the Thais, it could easily be mistaken for poor service. We ended up being separated from our travel mates at the taxi rank where fortunately 'Nomad House?' got us a positive look and a nod from the driver. Good job really as we didn't know how to direct him to it. Island transport monopoly meant there isn't much negotiating. It's 100 baht regardless and from whatever taxi driver you ask so we hopped in. At Nomad we were greeted with hugs ...