Koh Samui

Koh Samui

I know it’s been a couple of days since I’ve made a new blog entry.  With all of the traveling between Siem Reap and Bangkok and then to the port, I just haven’t had time.  The bus trip from the Bangkok airport to the port where our ship was docked took almost 3 hours.  Here’s the map of our current locations and the route to Singapore.


As I’m writing this post, we have a full day at sea.  We visited the small island of Koh Samui yesterday and had a nice time.  Of course, we’re still experiencing 95 degrees and very high humidity – I don’t think that’s going to change in the near or distant future.  Our excursion on Koh Samui included a trip to a beach resort where we enjoyed drinks, food, and the scenery.  This resort is typically visited by Australians, British, Germans, and a few Americans.  Here are a few photos of the entry to Koh Samui.


We spent 4 hours at the resort and enjoyed a very nice Thai buffet including all sorts of treats – sorry, no photos of that.  But we managed to see this jet skier rocket man in the bay as everyone watched.


And here are a few photos of the scenery at the resort.


We returned to the ship and got ready for our dinner at the Chartreuse restaurant.  I took these last photos as we left Koh Samui.  I’ll try to take some photos today onboard the Voyager as we sail to Singapore….I can’t wait to see Singapore.


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  1. Koh Samui looks like a nice pit stop.

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