Al's Hut Resort
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... other by their son, daughter in law and kids. In between the two houses is a lovely blue pool that winked invitingly at me all evening, but the rugby and revelry kept me far too busy to succumb to that temptation. There is also a large lapa (semi-open entertainment area) with all the trappings and trimmings imaginable.
Also in attendance were Derek and Linda who lives in Bangkok, Derek is teaching maths at a Thai school, and Linda is a marketer and coordinator for a ...
... issue. "We also have to start using the right words. It is partially a migrant flow, but it is mainly a refugee flow, which puts us in a different situation when it comes to our legal and moral duties," she said. It's also a situation that is "here to stay," she warned. "The time for blame games is over," Mogherini said, and EU states need to find common ways of sharing responsibility for the influx of migrants and refugees, rather than leaving only a few to shoulder the burden. ...
... a fine if you don’t. Most locals ride without a helmet and don’t get fined, but maybe the police will concentrate more on farangs, probably for their own safety.
- Wear glasses/goggles for protection against insects. I wear prescription glasses as a matter of course so I do not really know how bad it is to ride without glasses, but I am assured that you will get insects in your eyes, so rather be safe than sorry.
- Breathe through your nose. No seriously. Put ...
Bophut located on Koh Samui is a tranquil resort, home to a lazy little fishing village while other attractions consists of a 3km long beach, crocodile farm, golf course and go-karting track.
Samui Crocodile Farm
The Samui Crocodile farm located in sunny Bophut is found near the airport. Over 8000sqm of land houses a variety of reptiles such as Siamese crocodiles, lizards, snakes, saltwater crocodiles, caimans and even monkeys. The ...
... it was always to go for the night life. This beach was the most commercial and the busiest out of all the ones we have been to.
Sadly all good things must come to an end and our time on Samui is over. Ashleigh and Paul, we will always remember the beers on the beach, amongst other things. Also we can't thank Dave enough for his pro bono BNB services and his never ending tour guidance, just to name a few. You really turned our trip to Samui into a holiday.