Koh Samui back to Bangkok (and a Ferry Snack)

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For more travel and food, head over to my blogs: http://migrationology.com/ and http://www.eatingthaifood.com/

I normally don’t like to travel quickly, but this trip to Koh Samui was a quick one – the reason is because we already had some family commitments back in Bangkok, and because we’re getting ready to take a trip to Taiwan and on the the Philippines very soon. So we only ended up staying in Samui for 4 nights, 5 days, and then we needed to get back home. We started the day off at our hotel, Lazy Days Samui Beach Resort, by first having breakfast, then doing some work in the morning.

Towards the middle of the morning, we packed our bags, and walked out to the main road to catch a public transportation truck back to Nathon, the pier town in order to catch a ferry back to the mainland part of Surat Thani. We waited for about 10 minutes until our ride came, and we arrived back to Nathon at about lunch time and we were both hungry. There were some restaurants, but we didn’t have much time explore and choose a good place, so we stopped at a place right along the road that looked alright. We had a number of different curries and dishes and Ying had some soup. The food was alright, but nothing too special.

After lunch we headed off to the Seatran ferry office on the pier to buy our tickets, but to our disappointment, the office said they couldn’t sell us tickets from the ferry to the bus to the airport. Instead we had to walk all the way back into town to a place called Panthip Travel to buy the ferry bus combination tickets which cost 400 THB. We had about an hour, so stopped to have a coffee and proceeded.

That was all for Koh Samui, we got on the Seatran ferry which took us to a bus where we went back to Surat Thani International Airport and then caught our flight back to Bangkok.

I want to say a big thank you for watching this series of Koh Samui travel videos. If you’re have seen all the videos in the series, here’s the full playlist starting from Day 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKWr14KES6Q&index=1&list=PLeoy0zUu6bqlq-PMy4IrIwLBkjq6IEJ7t

That completes Day 5 of our short trip to Koh Samui.

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This Thailand video was produced by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens, for more information about us, check out our blogs: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://www.travelbyying.com/

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Comments

Alofzico Legambaz says:

You seriously need to patent that 'opened wide mouth before you shove the spoon of food in and then the face dropped to the right' look.
You got me watching all your Thai expeditions for the past 2 days! Sharks! Now I don't have time to watch other stuff.

Greg Austin says:

Great video man.
You know all the videos you make are really good so keep it coming man !!!!!!!!!!!

Lunivic Gaa says:

I like Mark. He is so real. You can see it in his face and eyes.

mrearlygold says:

Yeah but you MISSED the best pizza and homemade Italian pastries in all of Thailand and it's……it's……..heh heh not telling!

putri janur indah says:

Melinjo leaves is sour soup vegetable you have in jakarta (betawi food) and the nuts from the melinjo tree is called 'emping' the white thing that you have in your soup in jakarta

JASMINE GT says:

you eatting i feel huring

Suruchi S says:

Another awesome video!

Cheynelle Beale says:

Mark, dont you worry about the bones in the fish.

Rudi Leong says:

This guy is so mild tempered and sweet, would love to see him getting really angry at something in one of his videos

Tobi Damaris says:

Thanks for mentioning Kalamae…. It was very delicious. We had it when we were on honeymoon to Koh Samui back in. 2014 but I forgot the name of it. It is the best "dodol" I've ever had.

Elvie Zamora says:

Marc come to L.A. for a meet n greet

와주 says:

hey.. I enjoyed your show~ no offence but your reactions to every food are exactly same~ I know most of Thai food are really good and tasty but~~ still~~ 😛

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SJ BEAST says:

Do u have to make that same face when u eat something good

Candice Amatmoekri says:

Can't wait for your next Food-journey Mark.

Syed Shah says:

Nice work mark awesome video's ..

Ariel H says:

Mark, how are you not fat? all that food that you eat, im so jealous.

rain74925 says:

Mark, your travel/food videos are wonderful, i have enjoyed them tremendously. In fact, I've been binging on them because we'll be visiting Asia this summer so this is my way of doing research before going. I stumbled upon your videos just 4 days ago and now your vlogs are my go-to source for information. I love love your vlogs. I can't say that enough. U doing great work! Thanks.

Kenny Thai says:

I can really tell you were not satisfied with the food, yes! they looked pretty high prices for most of the food.

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