The Kala Samui
Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
... to Samui Reef where Angus was sitting, as he does for twelve hours a day every single day of his life. He was as usual staring intently at his computer screen.
"G'day mate where yer been" Angus said without looking up.
I took this to be a signal that he wanted to chat so by way of conversation I asked a few basic questions about tourist spots in Ko Samui but he just gazed at me uncomprehendingly though an alcoholic haze.
Who's counting? Not me but I ...
... bathing in sunshine and regret. Then it was off to Koh Tao where we got to meet up with Becky again. Koh Tao is ludicrously beautiful. Despite a VICIOUS case of what was either food poisoning or a banana contamination that turned me into a whining sack of useless for roughly 24 hours, we had an incredible time. We did a day trip out to Koh Nangwon which are these three tiny little islands attached by sandbars that is probably your screen saver as you read this. We hiked up to ...
... pushing the truck up the hill. Our laughter came to an abrupt end when our truck also slammed on the breaks and started sliding back down the hill. Everyone scrambled to get out, apart from Joanne who was still laughing. Steph took this unforeseen pitstop as the perfect time for a toilet break. Hiding in some bushes she thought she had found the perfect place, that was until she fell into hidden pond and lost both her flip flops. Nightmare. So, the full moon party. It was ...
... available in downtown Nathon. We get off the tender boat at the jetty and spend some time looking at the fishing boats with the fishermen either working hard repairing nets or cleaning their boats, or finding a cool shady spot to sleep. While we were on the tender, well it was about 30 minutes, the sun has carried on burning away the clouds and we now have sunshine hooray.
Oh joy of all joys we go around a corner, find the Main Street and the ...
... girls, wearing next to nothing, full face of make up, and at the top of their voices, almost perfectly in sync, hawking their favourite phrases. But after a while, you could definitely be forgiven for thinking that your name has changed to “hello sir” or “massage”. And the most annoying part of it, when you don't show them any kind of interest it's like they take an offence, and they continue. With nothing still organised for Christmas Day, a few from ...
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