Prana Beach Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPrana Beach Villas Ko Samui
This resort is bang on Bangrak beach, which is at close proximity to the popular nightlife in Koh Samui (Chaweng beach) and the tourist attraction (Big Buddha) temple. I had three awesome nights at the beach which will always remain close to my heart.
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... Get on the ferry!' Sure enough, the skies opened up just as the last people - us included - got on board. There were no seats left, but there was a standing area with a ledge along the back windows so we staked out a spot there. In the meantime, the waves had really kicked up, and lots of people were helping themselves to the plastic bags available for seasickness. I grabbed one, too. Soon we headed out and it was choppy. At one point, those of who were standing along ...
... where Harriet and I both snorkled of the beach. There were many tiny fish nipping our legs which actually hurt quite a lot. This was definitely worth the trip though and would go again. Funnily there was a random Japanese tourist who had literally made a sun bed on the boat and been going on the same tour by himself for the last week, he couldn't get enough! In the evening we went to a really nice French restaurant and Harriet had a crepe. I'm told it ...
... buckets to spray people as they drive past them. Even people on motorbikes ride around with spray guns. After checking into the Air BNB we chose to stay in on Koh Samui and meeting with Steven our great host, we decided to brave the water and celebrate the new year with everyone else. The taxi we took couldn't even get to the most popular beach on this island, Chaweng, because of all the stopped cars along the roads enjoying water fights in ...
... a rant regarding morals, child abusers, racists, and lady boys. It was mildly amusing. To my (grateful) surprise, Mark and some of the others turned up at the pub in order to watch the hockey match (which wasn’t actually playing) so we shared some more goodbyes before Pete turned up safely with the rest of the bags. After our beers we scurried out and had an ice cream before boarding the night boat back to Surat Thani. This time we covered up and doused ourselves in bug repellent! ...
... arrived at 11am and we set off in the direction of Kanchanaburi. As planned we stopped off at some hot springs just outside Kanchanaburi. There were quite a few Thai people there, so we looked something of a sight walking in there in bikinis with Christmas hats on! People were too polite to say anything but we certainly caused some amusement there. The springs have naturally hot water, but as they are largely in man made pools you can easily move from swimming in the ...