Racha Kiri Resort & SPA
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Khanom
... she was travelling with- this made me wish you were here Harvs! So Lisa and I really thought we had nailed it this time, I had fallen straight asleep so comfortably with my travel pillow. We got out at the food stop and had some noodles, stretched our legs and talked about how great the journey was going in comparison to last time and I bragged about how comfortable my travel pillow was. We got back into the ...
... for the day. Walking in this morning was just like being in Magaluf, the bar was rammed to the rafters of people watching a UFC fight that was being projected on all of the screens. Everyone rowdy, drinking, cheering on for their side, was just too much to take in today. Wasting no time, I inhaled the food that was served to me, and I was straight out of there, wedging my head into the snug fitting helmet. The night before I had arranged to meet up with Patrick for a day out touring ...
So up early for us today to get the taxi and then another ferry to Koh Samui. I had elected to go snorkelling and so would be taken straight from the port to the boat. I was joined by another 9 of the group. The boat ride was fun and choppy in some places! The trip was basically a stop off at two good locations for snorkelling and lunch on another beautiful island Koh Tao. The first stop was amazing for the snorkelling, we saw so many different fish and coral. The fish ...
... they have not perfected the art of ripping off a tourist yet.
Later I find a nice deck chair on the beach at the only hotel around... Must be for me.. How nice ;) I chill out here contemplating the fact that only a few days ago I was still in New Zealand.
I decide to cycle further on , in spite of the heat and the hilly roads, even though I knew i was going to be sweating going back up. I was having to much fun zooming down, and the ...
... out a couple hotels but they were so sketchy and one smelled like cigarettes. Nothing in the city was in English, and no one understood what we were saying. We were the only tourists around, clearly in the wrong spot. We decided to find wifi. We spent 30 minutes lugging our **** around trying to ask people for wifi. Finally a coffee shop, hooray! I researched where we were, our options, and hotels. Where are all the farongs at! We wanted to stay somewhere where we could safey ...