Sea Breeze Bungalows
Travel Blogs from Koh Samet
... mountains of Vietnam's north, one guy stood next to my bike whereupon the group broke into ceaseless fits of giggles due to the fact the saddle came up to the middle of his chest. He was not to be deterred, however, and, once managing to get his leg across the top tube, he set off at a very slow wobbling pace. Such was the difference in size between myself and him that he sat comfortably on the top tube cycling with his legs fully stretched, much to the amusement of the burgeoning ...
... of queue occupants (more Westerners = faster queue movement due to strong desire to reach destination), size of queue occupants (smaller people less likely to attempt a push in due to their inferior physique) and finally the official behind the desk (it's important to monitor their stamp speed). Once out of Cambodia we had to walk about 300 meters to Thai passport control. We had to queue in one huge line in the blistering heat. Poipet is one of the main boarder ...
... there! If you can survive and prefer a quiet area like Sang Thien Beach, you will not be disappointed.
If you walk further down passed Sang Thien Beach, you will see a lot of cheap tours such as kayaking, snorkeling, boating, etc. Also, this is the place you will find the long bridge over the ocean and you will be amazed by the Nemos!
The hotel stay here is pretty ...
in a different area near the
station in Bangkok tomorrow so I can get our train tickets south for
Saturday. Fingers crossed that no calamities befall Jon and he arrives
at the station in time for the overnight train, but I've booked the
hostel for Saturday night too, just in case. It's on the edge of
Chinatown, which I've never knowingly been to. ...