Seaview Paradise Resort Hotel
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... we travelled Bolivia with. He literally walked straight past us and it was him, Ryan our friend we met 22 months before on another continent! He was on holiday with his family, we chatted for a short while and realised that he was already in his second year of uni (after meeting him as a “gap yah” it sunk in how long we'd been away for!).
New Years Eve day was spent catching up and drinking with Ryan on the beach and the sun was finally out again! The beach ...
... jet wash? The next surprising thing was that they served lunch ! This took us completely unaware as we didn't see any mention of food being served anywhere on the booking sites. Another pleasant surprise was that the food (though basic) was really good - green curry chicken and rice with a small piece of cake. This was followed by another pleasant surprise of nice coffee. Not quite espresso, but very good for filtered coffee, in fact, the best ...
... of the airport AGAIN and you guessed it boarded the "Hiroshama" plane bound for Koh Samui!
The airport at Samui had a very tropical/holiday feel to it and we were driven from the plane in open buggies to the arrival lounge.
We arrived at our hotel in time for cocktails overlooking the beach and then had my birthday dinner.
The next day we organised a private tour around the island and as it is a fairly small island we got a good ...
... it has to be said my Welsh dragon was decidedly manlier than his. We ventured there with a group from our hostel, who by some kind of fluke all seemed to be from Seattle. This party brought about one of those rare occurrences where I was in more of a state than Ferg was. He was the sensible one, whilst I was the one insisting on doing a magic mushroom shake. Luckily this one was nowhere near as potent as the one I had in Vang Vieng, and I was ...
... Aaron getting angry with a pushy drunken lad, we just about managed to get on and speed across the choppy sea praying for our lives, which we certainly won't forget in a hurry! Once back on land it was straight full force into the Full Moon Party. After waking down the longest side street ever with shops on both sides selling glow in the dark body paint, memorabilia and alcoholic buckets we finally reached the beach! At times it felt like you were in the ...