Samui Mountain Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... 5 minutes walk away where we enjoyed a lovely thai meal cooked by Italians. Today Scott and I headed to wat khunaram - a temple home to "the mummified monk. Koh Samui’s Mummified Monk at Wat Khunaram is an unusual sight yet it offers a unique insight into Buddhist and Thai culture. The monk Luong Pordaeng died in 1973 in a seated meditative position, and ever since his body has been on display in an upright glass case at the ...
... Koh) and were transferred into a traditional long boat to make the final short journey to the beach. We had just one hour on this island and here we walked up a long series of steep steps until we arrived at a view point; overlooking an emerald green lagoon in the middle of the island and also looking out across the Marine park. Once I got my breath back and wiped the sweat out of my eyes, I truly was amazed by the stupendous views. Photos do not do it justice. It's ...
... outlook, overlooking Choloklum. A night at Sunny's Bar with Phoebe, Jennie and Ivo was great, although incredibly dangerous. Built on several levels on the side of a steep hill, where the steps may be more than half a meter deep, led to falls for both Dave and I when needing the loo. I have no doubt we were not the first! The only damage is Dave's blackened toe. My Way also has a bar, and a guitar that can be ...
... until we stopped for lunch at a beachside restaurant and then found a nearly deserted beach where we went for a long walk. Kim collected seashells and we ran across a gang of mangy mutts who wanted to play fetch with a flip flop. There was a guy playing guitar by himself by the beach (beautiful). Later that night we treated ourselves to dinner at a nice restaurant (Starfish and Coffee) that came highly recommended in our travel books. ...
... sand to some blasting tunes and heavy bass. One of the things they also sell is balloons. Some of you may be aware of these, some not, but they are quite popular these days, you often see them crop up at parties in England. It is essentially laughing gas or nitrous oxide. You get given the balloon filled with the gas, inhale it back and fourth until you get a pretty intense rush. I have had these before, I wouldn't say I'm a huge fan and generally not that up for them, but when in ...