Baan Sukreep Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the hottest part of the day. Apparently, morning is far hotter than the afternoon when the tropical climate threatens to rain every day bringing cloud cover and cool breezes. We told them we were just being silly tourists and they laughed at our bizarre nature. Everything seems relaxed in Samui. Breakfast is from 8-11. Lunch is 1-4. We got a few strange looks for asking to have a romantic dinner starting at 6:30pm. I just told them that ...
... and outdorr doors were fixed. She also managed to complain to the big bosses, which didn’t get us anything at all, but at least she was able to do it!
Basically, hung out in the nude on loungers eating room service. Sarah demanded a massage at midday, and Luke was concerned about the Sun, so Sarah shouted at Luke. We did some embracing in the pool.
Sarah had a snooze, to be woken up by Luke when romantic rain ...
... don't really want to stay in Samui. Option 3: Get night bus up to Bangkok then resume journey. Risk on missing flight home slightly less, journey very long and hard, much cheaper. Really didn't want to do this option. Option 4: Fly to Singapore get flight to Bali. Journey time considerable reduced, get to spend time in Singapore, as well as time in Bali. Risk of missing flight home considerably reduced, but considerably more expensive. We decided to go with option 4 and fly to ...
... and do to be tired and hung over during the day. We have been to bed early and up with the sun everyday. Its interesting to see all sorts of people staggering home at 530 am, some clearly making decisions that they will later regret along the beautiful backdrop this island presents. I can also see why locals have a bad taste in their mouth, garbage is left everywhere. It's so disappointing. Needless to say bri and I are maximizing our time between swimming, ...
... and their weathering and hand-painted Thai names along the sides added a certain charm to these otherwise purely functional vessels. The dogs jumped and played in the little pools of seawater along the beach, as the sun broke briefly through the clouds, illuminating the water droplets on their soggy coats and bringing a smile to our faces.
When we finally reached Chaloklum village, we were slightly disappointed to see that it was very much a tourist affair; indeed, ...