Conrad Koh Samui Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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... while, before they went to the gym for a run on the treadmills, and Dad and I went for a walk along the beach.
Upon returning to the hotel after our walk, we had a shower and went our for tea. We had dinner at the Lare Lae Restaurant on Chaweng Beach, which is a restaurant we had been to before. I had a terrific chicken breast, before we returned to the hotel and went to bed. Things hadn't exactly gone to plan today, but to be quite honest, why should we care, we're on ...
Today we spent the day just by the pool. There's nothing to do at all here so it's a case of lay by the pool or sit in your room or sit in the restaurant. There's nothing near by really so it's lots of fun :/ not! Pretty boring here really and you can't really go for a walk anywhere so we chose to sit by the pool. Play frisbee and do all in all not a right ...
... back! On arrival at Koh Samui an ambulance was waiting for us. Sarah was, much to our amusement, strapped into a stretcher! The paramedics just laughed when she moaned at everyone overreacting. A few hours and some more x-rays later Sarah’s foot was put in a bandage and we were taken finally to a room. As the nurses said goodnight they mentioned morning physiotherapy – more complaining of overreaction from Sarah.
Ocean and I were ...
... very touristy and even more pushy with selling stuff. When we got off the boat we were bombarded with people trying to be our taxi.. "TAXI? TAXI? TAXI!??!" Tomorrow I'm going to The National Park with Katie which should be nice. I will update with how we get on with that tomorrow. In a little while we are going out for dinner and then going out for drinks. I will have to hobble though! This is meant to be the ...
... Luckily the journey wasn't that long and we passed the time by playing cards on the wooden deck of the cramped boat. We docked at around mid afternoon and jumped straight into a taxi, which dropped us off at what would be our home for the next week; Mangos hostel. minute drive outside of the main town (Haad Rin) is that you don't have to jostle with the hoards of sunburnt and rowdy holidaymakers just to make your way to the sea. The guys went into the room to sort out some stuff and ...