Samui Mountain Village

Address: 211 / 4 Moo 4, Ko Samui, 83410, Thailand | Villa
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      When it rains, it sometimes pours

      A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Jan 07, 2015

      ... time later by jumping on the bed, we enjoyed another terrific buffet breakfast, which in my case consisted of an English breakfast followed by pancakes and French toast. After breakfast we returned to the room due to the fact that it was raining, albeit it lightly, and it continued to rain for the rest of the morning. During this time, I watched the cricket on the computer through a live streaming website. By about 11:45AM, the rain stopped, and ...

      Koh Phangan-day 84

      A travel blog entry by eiry on Oct 07, 2014

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      We had to wake up at 6:45 ish for Diving, too early for N.M's liking. The dive centre was only around the corner from our hotel so we didn't have to walk far and it meant that we didn't have to get us so early. We still weren't even sure if we would be able to go as when we first asked, they did say no but we managed to get them to take us in the end. We filled in our details, got our equipment, and headed out to the truck as we had to drive around ...

      Wet and Wild Like Never Before!

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Apr 13, 2014

      26 photos

      ... enough to do it for half the price she originally asked for and although Jason and I were a bit uncomfortable about having the three of us on one motorbike, she got us back to our apartment safe and sound.

      What a crazy wet and wild day it was! We truly had some of the most fun we've ever encountered before! Maybe one year we will celebrate the Thai new year in Bangkok, where the Songkran celebration lasts for three days instead of just the one!

      Full moon

      A travel blog entry by alexandmollie on Mar 12, 2014

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      ... girl comes in and brings a guy with her and get a bit randy! I put my eye mask and ear plugs in and tried to block it all out. After only having about 4 hours sleep we packed our stuff up and went and had a curry for lunch. We then tried to have a quick nap for an hour but gave up and went and sat in the hostel and facetimed. We got picked up at 4pm and taken to the ferry port where we spent 3 hours on the boat and then got on a bus which supposedly meant to take 30minutes ...

      Same Same Snorking

      A travel blog entry by gflacke on Feb 02, 2014

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      ... the middle. When lit, the heat from the flame causes the lantern to rise in the cool night air like a hot-air balloon. The lantern drifts off into space until it either bursts into flame or disappears into the cosmos. In Thai culture releasing the lanterns is considered good luck and symbolizes problems or worries floating away. We could follow their lantern until it was teensy weensy red speck, like a star high in the sky – pretty amazing. In retrospect I should have ...