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This was a great weekend getaway. I met a friend (a 28 year old German girl named Reg Ina) through a Couch Surfing meeting and we became friends on Facebook. She had posted that she was going to Koh Samet for the weekend and invited others, so I decided I would tag along and we could share the costs. I also really wanted to see this island and enjoy some beach time. It turned out to be just the two of us. This was sooooo worth the visit.....and it is not far from Bangkok. I ...
... baht on dinner which we can eat handsomely for. Russell found the hottest dish of our travels so far, a chicken and chilli concoction which he claims surpassed all hot dishes he has ever eaten before! We went all out on the last evening after having met two ladies from back home and found ourselves comparing the local pubs in the Bath and surrounding area! We really have been lazy in Koh Samet although prior to the beach escape we spent the weekend in bustling Bangkok ...
5 AM came too soon. Struggled out of bed and got organised so that I was downstairs ready for breakfast at 5:50 am. Oh oh. Breakfast starts at 6AM! And even worse, breakfast is not included in my room rate - even though that had been stipulated when booking.
The front desk was helpful. Breakfast is normally an extra 300 THB (Thai Baht) which is just under $AUD10. but they currently have a special - if you get a voucher from the front desk (each ...
... where I'm living this time,
to find a pharmacie - Jo's navel piercing was going a bit septic! When
Jon and I were here in 2005 we stayed at the posh end - about as far to
was cloudy so inevitably I got sunburnt through failing to apply
sunscreen for my amble to the beach. Today I'm indoors taking full
advantage of the aircon and wifi - suddenly and miraculously this week
wifi is available at my ...
... that. On our own beach we quickly befriended the local bars owners and an English expat called Daz. The bar guys were lovely and we always played pool with them and had a chat. On the last day of my trip they cooked a huge meal for me on the beach which was really sweet of them. Daz himself is an ex football thug who has obviously grown up and calmed down and found some kind of inner peace in Thailand and he was always very chatty and calm. In general ...