The Kala Samui
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... couldn't see much under water. Ghee, didn't see that coming from a mile distance with 6 of these vessels anchoring there. That is 4.500 bhp roaring in the water. Another thing about snorkeling is that people tend to have their heads underwater. So they won't hear the whistle of the captain after 45 minutes. Fill the rest in for yourselves. After that the boat roared the massive engines through the park. Stopping only at one rock formation. For the rest the disadvantage of the vessel ...
... few a day we grabbed our bags from the hotel and walked AGAIN back up to the main road to get a taxi to the pier. We arrived JUST in time for the next boat, we bought ANOTHER 500 baht ticket and ran onto the boat which literally left as we stepped on it. We obviously didn't have a seat so we sat on the floor the whole journey. When we got to Koh Phangan things started to look up. The beach we are staying on is beautiful and the hostel is amazing! We are staying in little ...
Well, here we are at the Surat Thani train station - waiting to catch the overnight train to Bangkok. It is a pretty dismal town and we have had plenty of time to explore it. We arrived here from Koh Samui at about 4 pm and our train doesn't leave until 11.40pm. After spending some time in the small night market and on the exercise equipment in the park, we headed to the train station expecting to sit on ************ seats and wait for the ...
We slept in, gymmed and after breakfast we made a lazy start to the day, this being our last full day on the island. We headed out to the Chaweng Noi area, which I have come to like as well, and went to the lookout point for a couple of photos. We also went to check out apartments in this area that were on our shortlist for this trip. I had concerns that it may be too noisy due to the close proximity to the ring road, and ...
... cottage" is perfect (clean, hot water, good space). There are 5 cottages, a main house with a restaurant and a small pool. They serve great french breads with delicious toppings and salad which we had for lunch when we arrived on the first day. On the first night we got our rented scooter and went into the local "fisherman's village" which is just a busy strip of stores and restraints where vendors set up on the streets ...