Travel Blogs from Ko Phangan
... driving by advertising that nights pool party with free transportation there; we decided to check it out later after dinner. Little did we know once we arrived there would be several hundred people there; all westerners and one small, very cold pool. Also, the so called "floating dance floor" consisted of a plank of wood floating right off the beach. Nonetheless the night was a blast and our luck was in store for us towards the end when we received a free ...
have now been 3 days on Koh Phangan. The Sanctuary is a fascinating
place with a lot of interesting people. It's a place for wellbeing
with a spa and yoga for some, it's a place for good food and an
isolated beach for others, it's a place for people looking for
spiritual answers for others. I rented a little bungalow for 650
bahts per night which is about 16 EUR and is quite expensive for what
... move to a bungalow with sealed windows. The staff were very friendly and asked us to return in the afternoon to look at other rooms before moving. We were shown three other rooms in total and it turned out that our hut was the most structurally secure of the available options, apart from the top end beach front bungalow which would mean paying a supplement of double what we had already paid for each remaining night. We decided to stay put and learnt to cope with the harmless ...
... br> got a red pepper, mango, strawberry shake but it only tasted like red pepper –
After dinner we went to a cabaret show. It was good!
It was a free show too, we just had to buy a drink. There were many songs that
we recognized and a couple we didn’t – but the Europeans seemed to. They did
the classic “It’s Raining Men” and “Mamma Mia.” The ladies that performed are
so talented. I ...
After less than 48 hours back in Bangkok my friends and I headed south for a long weekend island adventure. Thammasat had a Thursday off of school because of graduation, so my friends and I took advantage of the long weekend coinciding with the full moon party and decided to make the trip. The bus rides in Thailand are frustrating and long and stop frequently for no apparent reason on the side of a highway but ...