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- Swimming pool
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... us the jet skiing was actually done at another beach about ten minutes away, and after being slightly unimpressed with what we saw, we decided to get a taxi back to Lamai Beach, with our jet ski day becoming a нет ski day (нет as in the Russian word for no, pronounced niet) . After having a few drinks, we shopped around for a few bargain t shirts, and after returning to the Amari Hotel, we had lunch by the pool. Conor and Mum sat by the pool ...
... So nice to see some sunshine!!!! And we also discovered that we got free breakfast! So Sam and I had some scrambled eggs on toast and sat in the sun for a bit. We then decided for venture out and see a bit of Koh Phangan, we wandered up the Main Street, and Sam wanted to quickly apply for a job, and we also booked our bus back to Bangkok in the same place, do you know they prices up by 200bart if you leave the day after the full moon party!? Because that's when ...
While in Koh Phagnan, we thought about heading to Koh Tao - an island consistently described as 'laid back' and also a mecca of sorts for divers. Since we don't dive, and found Koh Phagnan to be a bit too laid back, we decide instead to head back to Koh Samui. We booked a room in Cheweng Beach this time.
While waiting to board the ferry to Koh Samui, the sky became increasingly dark. As we were boarding, the staff started hurrying everyone along, shouting, ...
... very basic bungalow overlooking the ocean and could jump into deep, refreshing water however many times a day we desired. This was important because when we say "basic" we really mean basic. The electricity was only on a few hours a day, so our miniature fan was seldom on and on most days of our stay the water in our bungalow was mostly mud. But it was certainly charming. However, after a few days of not really showing it was time to head to Koh ...
... hotel, we saw just as many tables set up here as at the Chabad house. We were early so we were able to choose a table near the centre of the room. Some of the people we met yesterday at Chabad told us there would only be a few other English speaking people coming and they would try to seat us together. Shortly after we sat down, a really nice family from Switzerland came and sat with us. The husband was born and raised in Switzerland, the wife was ...