Lazy Day'S Samui Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and I decided it was probably best to I head to a pharmacy. We got to the pharmacy and I explained my symptoms to the lady, straight away she mentioned IBS which I have but had never even thought about that causing this but then she said she thought I could have some kind of bacteria in my stomach as well , I guess this might be from the food and the way it's cooked here. Anyway I got a course of antibiotics and some peppermint tablets for the next 5 days. For the afternoon we ...
... we rather by default settled on Ao Mae Hat due to apparent good snorking and a cheap hotel option. We felt it may also be undeveloped, and couldnt be ***** with the boat needed for bottle beach. Luke rode off the bakc of the taxi, rather like a sort of macho superman.
Got off (after cabbie informed Luke of the area's merits) and Sarah proceeded to price check the entire beach, including the abandoned huts on Ko Ma. Settled on the finest, ...
... of the day, at 2.500 Bath a kilo. On the other hand it's a bargain. To use Alice' wording "YOLO". (For those unfamilair: you only live once) Afterwards we went back to the tailor for final adjustments. When we get back from dinner tomorrow everything will be waiting at the desk, from the best tailor in town (according to our local tour guide). So we really look forward. It was kind of an expensive day, but fun. Tomorrow something completely ...
... was a blast!
We got there and it was insane. We were in the middle of the jungle and it was PACKED! There was a boxing ring, DJs, dance halls, fire performers and a lot more. Losing people was crazily easy, but somehow Cecilia and I always managed to find each other again so all was good :)
The next day was the one we were all there for - the full moon party. Once again ...
... into the journey the bus stopped and an old eccentric English hippy climbed aboard and sat between the daughter and Darren. He was a nice chap and we had a good chat which made the journey pass by a little quicker.
We had been told that the journey would take about 3 hours, so we hoped to be in Ranong by 4.30pm. It was more like 5.30pm. We were shattered. I went to open the back door to get our bags out and the nasty, obnoxious driver hit my ...