Samui Jasmine Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSamui Jasmine Resort Ko Samui
Do not stay here if you are a business traveler looking to utilize internet on a nightly basis. Staff flat out lies to you about this service when it doesn't work.
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... We decided to sleep on the choice of rooms and thanked Mr Noni for his time, it was much appreciated. We hit the beach and went snorkelling, sunbathing, drinking and generally relaxing. Among the touts, there was a bloke with an iguana which he put in Lilli's head and sold us a picture for 200 Bht. A nice Swiss lady took some photos on her phone and emailed them to us. Thanks Nicole Wacker, that was very nice of you. We had dinner ...
Having a great time in Koh Samui. Spent today relaxing by the pool with Jenny and Chris. At the moment we are having a break from the sun and listening to Zoe Ball on the radio in our hut. Sam is going to go over the plans for the wedding later. It's not ...
... returning back to the main island again. The experience was a lot different from the trip out - the wind had picked up and the water was really choppy. At one point our captain stopped the boat and told us to put on the life jackets - we got totally soaked and held on for dear life and laughed all the way back.....
We were dropped off by the bike and set off for the ...
... chocolate and a mini christmas tree - as well as "facetimes" from Nya, Lyndon, Jason and Roch - thank you all :)
So belated Christmas greetings to everyone... Hope you had a wonderful time and we are already looking forward to our turkey dinner in April!
PS (from A): we came to the conclusion and unbearable truth that I is not made ...
... burned all the living **** out of us. We had to quickly follow this one up with a barbecue chicken kebab, making sure that there was no burning stuff on it, a feeble attempt in order to restore the mouth to a state of normalcy. We again stopped off at our favourite cocktail place and had a couple of mojitas. Back on the street, ambling along the stalls, we ended up having coconut rice pudding. These are baked on ...