O.P. Bungalow

Address: 111 Moo 2, Ko Samui, 84320, Thailand | 3 star ranch
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      Back to Ko Samui

      A travel blog entry by heathercharles on Jul 13, 2014

      21 photos

      While in Koh Phagnan, we thought about heading to Koh Tao - an island consistently described as 'laid back' and also a mecca of sorts for divers. Since we don't dive, and found Koh Phagnan to be a bit too laid back, we decide instead to head back to Koh Samui. We booked a room in Cheweng Beach this time.

      While waiting to board the ferry to Koh Samui, the sky became increasingly dark. As we were boarding, the staff started hurrying everyone along, shouting, ...

      On another boat!

      A travel blog entry by harriet1708 on Jun 12, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... watched a podgey Chinese man in a life jacket have a bit of a panic about the fish which was somewhat amusing, but also a bit concerning as he had to be dragged back to the boat with his arms flailing (he was in no danger). We then had suspect looking lunch which was made by a jaba the hut look alike who sat in a room down in the boat, I should add this gave me a bad stomach but Harriet was fine as she had rice! We then went to a really nice group of ...

      Wet and Wild Like Never Before!

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 13, 2014

      26 photos

      ... couple days on Koh Tao, and especially yesterday, we saw loads of water guns for sale everywhere. This tradition originated a long time ago when people would pour a little water down their loved ones' shirts to wash away any evils for the new year to come. Now it is just madness!

      People everywhere have buckets of water, water guns, and hoses to spray others with. Locals pile into the backs of pick up trucks with large barrels of water and ...

      Lazy, hazy days on Koh Phangan

      A travel blog entry by regal_tang on Feb 19, 2014

      80 photos

      ... to say our goodbyes.

      With only one scooter (we had returned one earlier to save on funds) between us and our big bags, Pete did the noble thing and drove me and my stuff to the ferry port whilst he went back for his. I found my way into the nearest pub (as you do) and settled down with my last Tiger beer, wishing I had my book with me! It didn’t take long for a drunken guy (it was an Irish pub...) to come over and say his slightly unwanted hellos. He proceeded to ...

      Koh Phangan, Koh Samet and Bangkok

      A travel blog entry by franmullineux on Dec 27, 2013

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... of funny and nice but it was lovely to receive something on Christmas Day. Only a couple of the shops and bars had had Christmas decorations up in the past week and in fact the locals almost treated it as a fancy dress opportunity - a lady with her two small children passed me on a moped on their way to school....all dressed in Santa outfits! Spending Christmas somewhere where it was so understated actually made it more special and definitely something I'd recommend. ...