Koh Samui Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... We were both kept awake most of the night by Adam coughing, so after breakfast we made our way out of the resort to find a pharmacy. As we came back, the sky looked very grey and heavy. We decided to have a massage and chose one of the huts on the beach. It seemed perfect timing as the havens opened. An hour long back massage whilst listening to the rain was very relaxing. It stopped long enough for us to make it back to the ...
... to take cover behind a bungalow. Made for romantic aftternoon hiding from the rain in our sweet bungalow.
That evening we hit up the bar/resto at the end of the beach with classic beachfront dining at grooves and lighting. About to leave, when flamboyant owner sets up the world's most awkward social event with a couple of teachers and some pleasant Dutchies. Evening lightens up a bit when English couple joins and we have some ...
Breakfast in the tropics can be a hazardous business.
Not dangerous in the same way as walking to the South Pole in your underpants or operating a pneumatic drill in bare feet with your eyes closed. Nevertheless as I sat tucking into my plate of eggs and bacon under the shade of the swaying palms I couldn't help reflecting on the alarming possibility of a coconut falling on my head. Granted the odds are fairly small ( Ladbrokes would probably set the odds at ...
... low season. Such is the power of consistently good reviews on Trip Advisor. Step forward the NEGOTIATOR in the guise of Franki.
"But we booked by phone from Bangkok!" She said in the kind of authoritarian voice that scares me shitless.
Another forensic examination of the computer.
"You are lucky we have one cottage available"
Franki might have said "this your lucky day punk and if you didn't come to light I'd ...
... port. The ship's lifeboats on the side facing shore are used as tenders to take passengers to shore. At this particular port they have engaged a couple of local tour boats to help as extra tenders. Both are quite colourful wooden traditional style motor boats.
We didn't rush down to the tenders as we had nothing booked for this stop and there is always a bit of a rush for those who do have tours. Consequently we ...