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Thursday, 18 December 2008

Shadow Shot Sunday & Koh Samui



I almost forgot about this weeks Shadow Shot for Hey Harriets Blog! This week I'm posting this pool photo taken in Thailand at Koh Samui. I took it just after breakfast before we stepped out for a bit of snorkelling out at the crystal clear waters of Nangyuan Island (below).



The shadow shot pool photo I took was at our first hotel at Koh Samui. We stayed there for a few nights and was located in the main area of Chaweng street and on the beach. It was a great spot and a real bargain! But seeing as we were earning the ££ and all that when we went, we thought we'd splurge and treat ourselves to a fancy schmancy resort for our last 2 nights. We ended up staying at Sala Samui. I think it is the most luxurious place i've ever stayed at.

It has everything you could ask for in a romantic get away - private beach, two beautiful pools, yummy breakies, relaxing spa treatments, luxurious and earthy outdoor bathrooms and ofcourse totally comfy and spacious rooms complete with massive bed and lounge about day beds!

But what sold me was the private infinity pool in your own villa!! I had always dreamed of staying somewhere where you get your own pool and this place had it. I LOVED it! Ofcourse I had to go skinny dipping - I mean what good is a private pool otherwise :) Here are some piccies that I took of our private pool (our outdoor bathroom looked out on it)!


7 comments:

Chrisy said...

oooh that looks so good...when things get a bit stressful u can close ur eyes and remember this place...

Sandra Ree said...

Beautiful. Wishing you and your family a very Merry, Merry Christmas. xo

R J said...

I agree, the interiors are so beautiful that one would love to stay there forever. My experience of living in a villa was similar to yours. I stayed at Eden rok villa, which also had private swimming pool but the best part of my stay was a steam room and a spa pool. I and my wife are again planning to go to Thailand and stay at same villa at Eden Rock (http://www.edenrok.com/).

Judi FitzPatrick said...

What a beautiful place. How blessed you are to spend time here with your family. Happy holidays!

Allie said...

Beautiful! Looks so peaceful and relaxing!

JodisCraftEmporium and More said...

i feel so warm and so relaxed looking at those photos

Almay Alday said...

I haven't been to Thailand yet! Looks like after seeing your photos, I will have to move it up higher on my travel list!