Samui Reef View Resort
Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
Hope all is well. So, here is a brief dialogue of our movements over the last few days,
The evening after my last blog we caught the11hr night train 800km south arriving in Surat Thani @ 06:30 29th June.Surat Thani is equidistant to the East and West coast. From here 10 people including ourselves squeezed onto a 9 …
We arrived in Ko Samui on Wednesday by ferry. The sweet thing about this was the guy Angus from our hostel was coming to collect us from the pier and aviod another phangan situation. Im so glad he did because the pier leads into a crazy bangkok-esque street with cars and taxis everywhere and rows of food markets and clothes stalls. Our hostel is …
... car park was rammed - all we could think of was those poor elephants. Our idea of hell...we turned around and left.
We'd heard there was a mummified monk on the island and it was nearby so we stopped to see him. Because I had shorts and a vest top I didn't enter the area where the monk was situated, but Darren used a sarong to cover his shoulders. The monk was a bit odd. He's sat in a glass box in his orange ...
... we left, we stopped off for some lunch at a small restaurant right by the sea on the main road and I had a sandwich while Katherine had a pineapple rice dish; I've finally had my fair dose of Thai tummy and hence I'm laying easy with the food today..... The drive to the waterfall after didn't take long and we were soon on our way. The base of the walk up to the waterfall is in a safari park so as we walked we saw elephants with ...
... 10 min car ride makes.
A nice big storm chased us out of the ocean and back to our rooms to relax before dinner. The storm put paid to any beach dining tonight so we wandered our little street and found a sweet little hut serving lovely Thai food accompanied with several hungry looking stray dogs. Nice.
Cocktails: Mai Tai , Cipriadgghuytr, Coconut Dream
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking