Monkey Flower Villa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... not the first time for Bryan to swim for a good cause. In 2013 this brave man swam across the English channel to raise money for ‘Balls to Cancer’. However, the swim around Koh Tao challenges him on a completely new level. Bryan be abiding by the English Channel swimming rules, which means this will be an unaided swim and he will only be wearing swimming trunks and goggles.
There will ...
... everyone's on their phones the whole time. I came here to "Get good and gone," whatever that means. Getting from Ko Samui, the most beautiful little airport in the world, to the ferry to Ko Tao is super easy. They basically flag you down as you're walking off the plane on the way to luggage. You can buy your ferry ticket both ways and airport shuttle all at the same place. There's a few bars around the ferry building but I chose to buy a couple singhas and drink them ...
Anna turns up bright and early from Sairee (being the most northern of the three tiny towns on the island) to sort us out with one of her friends' mopeds back in Sairee, so we all get breakfast at her favourite brekkie place, which serves a mixed bowl of fruit with yoghurt and musli for about £1, nice and healthy! She shoots off to work and we walk to the bike to make our way back South to Chalot. Oh if only. This bike turns out to be older ...
... too long. The view from the top was amazing, and the island looked even more breath taking. Some people climbed right up the top of some other (not so safe) looking rocks, but Jonny insisted we didn't go that high (probably the safest option!) We took some photos then soon made our way back down. It was quite funny to see how rude Europeans are, after I let at least 15-20 of them walk by the single walk way and not one single person said thank ...
It was a long four hour ride from Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya using the local bus and a minibus. It was cheap and comfortable but they charged us more as we were tourists. When arriving at our guesthouse was a burnt down wooden house in which are guesthouse's sign was placed in front. We thought we had booked a place to stay that no longer exists. Thankfully, they had built another building just behind. We were pleased to see a very comfortable looking king ...