Searine Samui Boutique Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... boat. There are also some substantial barges moving down the river to the Gulf of Thailand.
As we leave Asia, one thing we will miss is the wide variety of tropical fruit. Some that we had not tasted before included: dragon fruit, durian, jackfruit, mangosteen and rambutan. Most mornings started with a big bowl of fruit topped with yogurt and lime juice. During the day we often enjoyed fruit mocktails or drinking fresh coconut juice straight from the ...
... candles on the sand, others had the normal tables and chairs. Lights wrapped around the palm tree trunks and mini fires dotted about the beach made it a very pretty, romantic setting. Well worth visiting or staying there. Although we are on an island and in a resort, drinks and food remain very cheap. The taxi trip to Fishermans, though twenty/thirty minutes long, cost just £8 as did the return ...
... became the next activity. After playing bat tennis in the pool with Conor, Dad and I had a quick dip in the beach before returning to the hotel. We then had dinner at the Amari hotel buffet, where I decided to order A la carte due to the prevalence of peanuts in most of the trays. I ate a very chewy duck, and after our bill nearly blew in to the pool, we returned to the hotel and went to ...
... probably only be able to do it 1 day a week but 1 day of a proper breakfast is better than non at all. After spending around 40 minutes altogether with the grade 1 class we moved next door to the grade 3 class, two girls Ben and Pin took a shine to me straight away and wouldn't stop cuddling me or holding my hand. We found out that the children in grade 3 varied from 9 - 11 so similar to our year 4. As most of the children's families are very poor some cannot afford to go ...
... needle-fish right next to me. A short while later, some torpedo-shaped things came closer, wiggling their way along - these were calamari. The dive was strenuous, though as the current was relentless. I used more air than normal swimming along, so we did our three minute rest stop and finished the dive.
Our second dive was at Shark Island where we stopped for lunch. We jumped-in and noticed straight away that ...