Le Vimarn Cottages & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Koh Samet
... course he refused and they asked him to pay half because it was sabotaged only because he took the shells and heads off them, which is what is supposed to be done! He refused anyways ha! Tropical Murphys after wards (always end up in an Irish bar somewhere!) We all got stupidly drunk, the chuckle brothers had a pint of Guinness each (£6)!! Think it went down in lumps a bit then haha! Mum and aunty Lynne had their tiny water bottles filled ...
After a delightful 4 hours in a mini van (and the obligatory 10min stop at a 'speed boat sales place' where they try to convince tourists they have to pay 2,000 baht return) for a private speed boat to the island!) we arrived at the pier and booked our (250 baht return) tickets on the ferry and sailed across a blue ocean to a beautiful white beach!
We stayed at a Hostel called 'Ollys Hostel' - Olly is a 23 year old british guy who I met when he was just ...
... my cup of tea, but again, kind of impressed. To end it all, they had a spectacular demonstration of three guys twirling giant sparklers (that term doesn't do it justice though) which hurdled sparks 30ft in the air. It was magnificent and I am getting more and more upset as I am writing this that I forgot my camera. Well, I wouldn't be Alyssa if I didn't forget something important every time I leave the house, and for the next 6 weeks, my ...
... of us together were something of a force :) I saw the best fire show of my LIFE, complete with the most beautifully ripped "chocolate Thai boy toys" who did work with some fire poi, staff, and crazy moves with a bottle on fire. We got crazy. I won't go into details. But it was a blast! Lots of drinking. Called for nearly a week of recovery :o (Sorry Grandma(s)- So not lady like to sip and tell) :P But I'm having so much funnnnnn!!! The sun was killer! Being on Koh ...
... now and you crash...pretty hard too. During the trip, no matter how far or how hard I had cycled, no matter how physically exhausted I should feel or how emotionally frayed I may have felt, nothing felt like it did in those first few days of being back. Knowing that we did not need to get up early and ride for 80 or 90 miles in searing heat resulted in an almighty crash in which I felt more tired, physically and mentally, than I have at any period in the last 3 months. Quite ...