The Kala Samui
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
... they were much the same as the rest of the island - dirty and not very appealing. However, we didn't care after our earlier adventure. We also went to check one of the waterfalls. There was barely much water and it was dirty so nothing special. Maria told us that the government had started pumping water from the waterfalls piping it around the island so they were no longer impressive.After a bit of a break back at the hotel we got ready to go out and drove to Chaweng. It was full ...
... in Britain that could give you a nasty suck, but the big angry ones that can rear up out of the grass and seriously infringe your personal freedom.
Today, me and Fred left Lynne recouperating in the pool, and tried to find and photograph Maenam beach, which despite my map, proved to be somewhat elusive. I swear you would never know this place even had a beach if I hadn't seen the yellow fringe on the map. After taking two wrong turns down the driveway of ...
... t too worried about flying MAS as MH370 was a one-in-twenty-year event - what could happen? Finally we reached the front of the line and the counter to be told - horrors! - we didn't check the bags through security so we got dragged out of the line and put through the scanner. Fortunately, they were quick and we were back at the front of the line again.
We went through duty-free but decided not to buy duty free durian chips (yeuchhh)....or alcohol - mistake !
... bottom of our road. Have extended our time x booked to stay till Thursday here now as feeling very safe and hotel is lush. Except for stray dogs on the street... We didn't have rabies injections ... We just won't make eye contact and don't look back! Now lying on sunbeds over looking sea. Pretty much paradise. Ps my thai is coming along nicely. (Once I was corrected that nam plough is water, nam blough is fish sauce-no explanation needed) ...
... can do attitude by the Thais, it could easily be mistaken for poor service. We ended up being separated from our travel mates at the taxi rank where fortunately 'Nomad House?' got us a positive look and a nod from the driver. Good job really as we didn't know how to direct him to it. Island transport monopoly meant there isn't much negotiating. It's 100 baht regardless and from whatever taxi driver you ask so we hopped in. At Nomad we were greeted with hugs ...