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Oct 15, 2004 - On my way out of Thailand

Hello all! Sorry to hear London is cold, raining and miserable. It's about 30 degrees here, the sun is shining and I'm looking out at the sea wondering if I should go for a swim - that probably doesn't make you feel much better does it? I left Koh Tao this morning and got the boat over here (Koh Samui) so I can fly down to Singapore tomorrow. Can't believe my time in SE asia is nearly up, there are so many more things I want to do and see, I haven't even been to a Full Moon Party! Oh well, I guess you can't do everything on one trip and...

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Sep 10, 2004 - Ko Samui...Here I come!!!

Ko Samui Hey Yall... Boy...things have happened so fast after we left Krabi. I must admit that I have missed Krabi already after seeing Ko Samui and Pattaya. But I'll back up and finish summing up what I had seen at Ko Samui. Mark and I found an exclusive hotel for men and thought it might be fun as there won't be any women flitting about in g-string bikini or screaming kids splattering around in the pool. Thanks to the magic of Internet we were able to reserve for two nights and a chauffeured ride from airport to the place for...

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Jun 17, 2004 - Surat Thani - Ko Samui

The the ferry arrived 1 and 1/2 hours later he was there and he did as he said. First we went to Lamai Beach (meant to be quieter), but we were not so impressed with the end of the beach, there was some digging going on etc. There were some others in the mini bus too who were going to Chaweng beach (the main place for tourists), we thought we would take a look and were shocked to see how developed it was, the beach was also incredibly busy with jet boats etc steaming up and down, so decided we did not want to stay there, but would visit...

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Dec 10, 2003 - Coco Palm. Koh Samui, Thailand

On arriving... as soon as we saw our cabin, 12 metres from the ocean, we got a beer and stood on the terrace area watching the waves in the moonlight and breathing deeply of the musky warm air. Hmmmmm... now we were free... Well, this place really was a postcard from the tropics!! Wow! White sands, turquiose sea, timber cabins... Thai hospitality (more of that later...). One small problem though, we had arrived at the tail end of their rainy season and so the weather was changeable to say the least! One night produced the most almighty...

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