Ban Lim Pa
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As I write this, I'm sat on a hammock in our hotel library, whilst the rain pours heavily onto the wooden roof above me and the background tones of Mariah Carey's 'All I want for Christmas' are playing in reception. It's a mild 29 degrees here in Ko Samui today and has been pouring with rain for the last hour. Adam is sleeping after taking copious medicines to try and shake off a horrendous cough which has been lingering ...
... Chaweng on the southern side of the island. After we hit up a bar before moving to a sky bar lady boy show that Fi had insisted we go to. Free entry but ridiculously expensive so we stuck to the one beer. They pulled a few blokes onstage, Ella and Fi were screaming and pointing at me. Someone came over to grab me, thankfully I made out they were pointing at Greg and he jumped up there ...
... and the opportunity to throw darts and win a fluffy toy. We were intrigued by organic mushroom sellers, new houses for sale and how to grow vegetables in a recycled car tyre. There was not a single faring (foreigner) to be seen.
Now we are in the night market and enjoying a tasty outdoor dinner of pork and rice with two cans of Chang thrown into the mix for the exorbitant price of seventy rands!!!
Never mind the plastic chairs think about the ...
Hom, (Angus Greer the owner's Thai wife) met us off the ferry and drove us to the Samui Reef a fourteen room guest house hidden away in the mountains above Lamai Beach.
Angus is an Aussie with a mysterious past.
"I was born in Sydney but I been here and there " he told us warily
"I arrived in Samui ten years ago with a mate but he went and died on me" he said looking up at a small shrine dedicated to his friend.
... while we pointed out different rocks and said, "is that it?"
I wandered down the rock formation to get a different perspective and then I was sure I found the right spot. See for yourself in the photos.
Our next stop, was the Na Muang Waterfall. We ...