Phalarn Inn

Address: 28/1 Moo 4, Ko Samui, 84330, Thailand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 28/1 Moo 4, Ko Samui, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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          Travel Blogs from Ko Samui

          Sand dunes and salty air

          A travel blog entry by nomadicblonde on Jun 07, 2014

          ... There's something about a beach and knowing I can just swim for hours which instantly puts me at ease. It has most of my life and I'm ever grateful for learning to swim. Banana boats. Now that's one thing that seemed like a good idea at the time. Me and a group of girls being dragged around abruptly through choppy waves. You know how that'll end. Off we plop onto the water, as the Thai blokes is going 'quick, quick, there's sharks'. ...

          Koh Phangnan

          A travel blog entry by gemma.frapwell on Apr 16, 2014

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          ... were still huge water fights going on everywhere... So we left dry and came back absolutely drenched and with flour all over us! (Like you do!) On the 13th we went to a jungle party... And it literally is a party in the jungle it was really fun! Everything is lit up in UV... It was really bizarre as whilst we were there we kept bumping into people we had met in the other islands again as all travellers go to koh phangnan for the ...

          Day 16: Motorbike Tour

          A travel blog entry by mrush on Mar 19, 2014

          33 photos

          ... heard there wouldn't be much water because it is not the rainy season, but it was still a pretty sight.

          We then went in search of Buddha's footprint and the Coral Buddha, but couldn't find either. It's about the journey though, right?

          By now, the ...

          An emotionally exhausting couple of days

          A travel blog entry by debsndarren on Jan 19, 2014

          ... all the way through this process and us and our carpenter friend are the only ones who have not taken the **** out of him and tried to rip him off. Mike agreed with this but then just repeated that he has made up his mind and he would have to see it out. So he basically ignored everything he said. Mike also spoke about Sandy, and our friend asked if that was more important than getting ripped off and all he got was a worried look.

          We know he then ...

          Arrival in Ko Samui (Day 17)

          A travel blog entry by gthang on Jan 02, 2014

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          ... fish spa. For those who don’t know the "Fish spa" is a tank with a bunch of little fish eager to eat the dead skin off your toes and feet. Not sure who thought of that idea, but it’s a popular 'treatment’ in Asia. I tried it once before and it was a lot more dramatic with tons of fish nipping at my feet that tickled so bad I could hardly stand it. This time only a few nips here and there.

          I went back to the room in time for my massage and with a quick change ...