Searine Samui Boutique Resort
Travel Blogs from Ko Samui
... the **** out of there asap, there's nowhere you can just 'crash' undisturbed. We thankfully were able to change our boat time with no hassle. Although we did have our faces set in grim determination so I suppose we may not have radiated friendly vibes. Thais are not confrontational. Oh, I had a verbal ***** fight on the boat with an overly loud camp German. The entire boat knew exactly how he acquired his 200 baht ferry home, he had 190 originally but somehow ...
... is a 2 hour catamaran option for 200 more Baht. Ours was late leaving but we were entertained by a Schwarzeneggeresque Dane who was incandescent at a lowly fisherman for ripping him off two days previously. The crime was taxiing some tourists in his rented boat. Maybe it was the cast on his leg or his girlfriends black eye that was really the issue. You have to remember that when your taken for a ride here, its not by much. After quick and tempting stop at Koh Phan Ngang ...
... the sky -- and then the unimaginable happened.
An unconscious man was being brought out of the water and up onto the sand. Everything that was going on around me came to a halt; he needed help now.
People began to gather around, standing there in shock from what was being witnessed. It seemed as if no one knew him, but to two or three of us, he was a brother -- a brother that was going to live.
A Spanish gentleman began the process of resuscitating ...
Today we are sailing toward Singapore and it is a happy sad day because we are going to be saying goodbye to some wonderful people, but rather than dwell on our sorrows, and the number of power naps Martin can squeeze in between bowls of ice cream, we thought we would share an extraordinary tale with you, and let it act as a warning to you all.
Now quite a few people asked how we were going to manage for clean clothes etc as we are away for so ...
... fish spa. For those who don’t know the "Fish spa" is a tank with a bunch of little fish eager to eat the dead skin off your toes and feet. Not sure who thought of that idea, but it’s a popular 'treatment’ in Asia. I tried it once before and it was a lot more dramatic with tons of fish nipping at my feet that tickled so bad I could hardly stand it. This time only a few nips here and there.
I went back to the room in time for my massage and with a quick change ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking