Samui Jasmine Resort
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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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... one of stars touching my willy at the end (sorry Mum!) haha!! After a tequila sunrise and shot of 'tequilia' (for you Joyce), it was bedtime in preparation for my 6 am pick up the next morning, to travel to Koh Phi Phi! I arrived safely in Koh Phi Phi this evening (Wednesday 17th) and I'm looking forward to seeing the sights here, particularly Maya Bay. Churchy in Koh Phi Phi ...
... from the boat and snorkelled right there. Quite a few colourful and stripy fish, and it was quite deep here, and these waters were filled with rocks and sand at the bottom. This reminded me of swimming in Madeira when I was a kid. You would also jump directly on to the water and stand a few meters above the rocks. It was time to go back to Samui and we moved on from the snorkel cruise boat to the ferry. We could see that the weather was ...
... you it was a steep ass trail which was in no way paved just slippy rocks and tree roots with a rope all the way along to pull yourself up with and it was swelteringly hot! The view from the point we got to was amazing and we are told the view from the very top is just the same but higher #trying to console ourselves! We just about had time to throw lots of ice cold water down our neck and have a quick snorkel off the beach before boarding the boat to head back to Ko ...
We are sad to leave Baan Manali - it's been a great stay and we are still in one piece.
I shuttled to the Lomprayah ferry port - first with Franki and the bags and then back to Thong Sala to return the motorbike.
Phu held I my passport in a vice-like grip whilst making a microscopic inspection to ensure that everything was in pristine condition. He seemed disappointed that he couldn't levy some sort of claim for damage. 1500 baht for a ...
... I pleaded.
“Insurance closed” was the ridiculous response
Okay, so apparently EVERY travel insurance company in the world was shut – that seemed plausible. They then threatened to call the police unless we pay up, which would have only made things worse - the police on these islands are as corrupt as they come. After a lengthy argument, they allowed us to leave upon paying 500 baht, a fraction of the price they ...