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Today we had massages after breakfast. We stayed down the beach until lunch time having lunch at Honey Bees. Paul n Rob got ready for zip lining in the jungle. Mark and I hired a double canoe from the resort and canoed out around the island in front of the resort on a double canoe. It was a lot of fun. We met up with Paul n ...
... massages' you was great and the free hot ginger drink after was
lovely too. Our favourite night though, has to be one of our last
here at one of the many 'Reggae' bars near us. With cool lanterns,
well laid out tables and beach matts, fab live music and crazy fire
dancers it was a great night. We were also lucky enough to see a few
shooting stars and a little of the elusive but very cool illuminating
plankton; two Finish girls we had met told us about this ...
... to sample the first Pad Thai in Thailand....it was very tasty with the chili powder or Thai vinegar added. Of course, we sampled some Thai beer - Chang(bottle) and Leo (on tap). We visited quite a while with the Irish owner who had spent some time across the US in LA and Boston....an settled on Koh Samui where he as three pubs. Back on the ship for our final sail ...
... Samui was beautiful enough to make us forget the horrific night of buses.
During the boat ride, we had a brilliant stroke of luck and met the lady who owns the bungalows we're staying in and she offered us such a fantastic price that we couldn't refuse. Having the whole beach as your front garden was definitely the selling point though!
Tomorrow is dedicated to finding where the elephants of the island live and discovering the beautiful waterfalls that are hiding in the ...
... the beach enjoying the new party scene. We sat down and met some people who told us about a club called Eden, which you take a water taxi to. We climbed into a long tail boat and set off around the island. As we got close you could see the lights in the distance. We walked up a dirt path, and a mix between wooden bridges and boulders to weave our way to Eden. This place was so hidden, yet tons of people were here. Everyone dropped their shoes ...