Monkey Flower Villa
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... introduction watching some videos and then we were given homework! Never thought I'd have to do homework again! After diving I met up with the others and we went for a bbq dinner on the beach which was lovely. We then went to watch a ladyboy show which is essentially just a cabaret show. It was very entertaining as none of the men/women knew the words to any of the songs they were mouthing! One of the best days Iv had so far but had an early night as I ...
After the full moon party we were in much need of a rest so our first night in koh Tao consisted of going to a giant supermarket (which sold digestives! Very exciting!) and buying 500 snacks for our big night in watching crime documentaries and getting some much needed sleep (the latter was difficult in our sweat box of a room). The next day we just chilled on the beach, had a few beers and watched ...
... was from Boston with the help of his worker Sophie. Small world Right? It had the best vibe of chill, hippie, free spirited that one goes searching lifetimes for. I wish I could have spent more time there.
Tina was a hoot and a half all the time. She cracked me up and made my time so amazing. At the first day Nina one of the diving assistants recommended wearing socks with fins if you don’t want them to get scraped up, me being the outlandish fellow I ...
... was a large bell shaped stupa which was surrounded by elephants statues, all of them in tact and none broken – although the top of the stupa was broken with the large broken piece on the walkway around the stupa. After walking around I went back and was driven back to my guesthouse just in time for one last swim in the pool as I would be checking out the next morning. When it was time for dinner I walked around the corner to go say goodbye to all of my friends one last time. ...
... alms. We are eager to buy some food to give to the monks and to ask for their blessing.
At 6 AM we ride a bicycle towards the market to buy some food and give it to the monks on the street. Turning off from the main road we meet a lot of women all dressed up in white color. They are the regular Thai women who came here to spend a few days in the monastery. They explain to us that today is a big celebration day and ask us to join their morning praying ceremony ...