"Marknad i Fisherman's Village" was first published on my Swedish Blog. The best market on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand, is without doubt the one in Fisherman's Village - needless to rub it in, but I simply love Fisherman's Village. By far the best beach on the island. As I've previously written every … Continue reading Fisherman’s Village Market
THIS POST IS ALSO AVAILABLE IN SWEDISH! During my "stay at home in Sweden"-period, a couple more exclusive spa's have opened up in Fisherman's Village, Koh Samui. The one I wish to tell you about now is called "Spa Sakura", and IMO it's the absolute best spa in Fisherman's Village (and one of the … Continue reading I RECOMMEND: Spa Sakura
"Marknad i Thailand" was first published on my Swedish Blog. Maenam market If it’s something I really enjoy about Thailand – it’s markets. They’re everywhere, popping up here and there periodically, and market atmosphere is happy, fun, nice and great! Night markets is the shit! In Thailand markets are often held during nighttime, which … Continue reading Markets in Thailand… aren’t they just too great?
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THIS IS A TRANSLATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST! This morning we finally arrived in Bangkok. Since I’d chosen to take the last bus at 1630 from Samui we “landed” sevenish in BKK. That was pretty nice actually, rather than arriving in the otta like we usually do. What are you supposed to do … Continue reading BKK – finally!
THIS IS A TRANSLATED AND UPDATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST! One day we were about to watch some movies we’d just bought. Our TV was of another opinion though; it had no intention of showing any movies that day. Or rather didn’t have any intentions of cooperating with our cheap DVD-player of the … Continue reading Tech mess in paradise
THIS IS A TRANSLATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST! Yesterday we woke up to another fabulous day with sweat pouring down from our foreheads. I hate this electricity problem they seem to have here on the island. Once every week the electricity disappears for half a day or so, and it’s not ok. Not for … Continue reading Adventures in the jungle… or something like that!
THIS IS A TRANSLATED VERSION OF THIS SWEDISH POST! Sometimes you damn yourself because you don’t speak the language of the country you’re in. Everything had been so much simpler, and you could’ve avoided so many misunderstandings had you only known how to speak with people in their own language. Sometimes you just get … Continue reading Eyebrows…
Ok, so I must add this category "Recommendations" to my English blog too. It wouldn't be fair if I didn't, would it? Coolest shop ever for accessories, bags, clothes - the name is "Volver" The first thing I'd like to recommend for all of you who's going to Koh Samui - please stop … Continue reading I RECOMMEND: Volver, Fisherman’s Village, Bo Phut, Koh Samui, Thailand
"Thai skola" was first published on my Swedish Blog Why should it be so hard to find a thai school where they from the beginning of course 1 also teach the thai alphabet? 2 years ago, while still at home in Gothenburg, I'd signed up for a course at Folkuniversitetet. I’d had a mail conversation … Continue reading Thai School in Samui