Samed Cliff Resort
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... the coordinator if we were and he said no, we were going to Ao Wang Duan, which is halfway down the island! He was incredibly kind and walked me over to another boat, which turned out to be more like a cargo boat. I spent my journey surrounded by boxes of beer and eggs, and bags of watermelons, pineapples, and meat, but the water got bluer and bluer, and sky became clearer and clearer until 45 minutes later when we reached the island paradise that is Ko Samet. ...
... at the BKK airport, and, confronted with a split in the paths leading to VISAS or IMMIGRATION, I asked an official where I should go. She directed me to follow the crowd heading to IMMIGRATION, so I did. After waiting quite awhile in long lines, my passport was stamped until March 16, so I thought I had gotten my 30 day visa. I had followed officials' directions, my passport was stamped with the correct date, and I was ...
... rain around midday which only lasted ten minutes or so.
We left the island at half three to make our way back to Bangkok for our overnight train to take us down south for the full moon party on the 17th. We knew it was going to be a long journey but there was no other way to get there.
Once we landed back on the main land, we were in a rush to get back to Bangkok. We gave ourselves seven hours to get to the central train station ...
... take it or leave it you get somewhere more remote. This was good for us because after a week on the ultra - kick back, this was just what the doctor ordered.
3 days on the beach with fine weather (scattered clouds), around 32degs, which is cool for here in April.
Food at Tubtim is really good so we stuck to eating here at there 'toes in the sand' restaurant. We wandered across to the next beach up for a lively drink at silver sands, ...
As most of you know, I am traveling throughout Southeast Asia. The weather is fantastic, the beaches are nice (as always), and unlike the United States, this area seems to be well out of the recession.
Part of my goal for this year is to document my travels and post some pictures so I hope you will find my updates interesting.
The New Year began with a Buddhist Monk good luck ceremony and holy water blessing at the ...