Thursday, 1 November 2018

Goodbye to October and welcome to November 2018

Goodbye to October and welcome to November 2018

It's the first of November and here we go with a Goodbye to October and welcome to November 2018.

October was what I expected from it and a little bit better! The rainy did not start during October but many a day had some rain. The closer we got to November, the more often there was rain during some part of the day. As already mentioned before, no rainy season rain with rain all day long, except for one or two days.
Overall that means that it was a fairly average October, plenty of sunshine to be enjoyed and the amount of rain that can be expected during this of the year.

There was the Skal Samui 10 mile run, my sisters sun visited, the family went to Hat Yai and Trang and the last week of the month I found myself in Khao Lak teaching a PADI IDC. Busy days!

maximum temperature reached 34C a few times and the coolest it got was around 26C during the early mornings .

Goodbye to October and welcome to November 2018

Goodbye to October and welcome to November 2018; Sunset at Fisherman's Village from the always lovely Juzza Pizza restaurant. Great food and great views with sunsets.

November is usually the wettest month on Samui. This is when we sooner or later have our rainy season. Meaning, it can rain 24 hours per day for a couple of days in a row, Roads flood, power cuts are a plenty and you just can't wait until the month is over.
This usually holds on until around mid December. On very rare occasions, November is nice, but in general; expect rain and lots of it.

Please do 'like' my Koh Samui blog Facebook page and enjoy the beaches around the island or in front of your hotel or resort and get some well deserved rest and a break. 

If you're done resting or need something else to do, there's plenty of things on offer on and around Koh Samui, you can go snorkeling or diving or take a dive course. 

You can also enjoy some of the trips I recommend, like a half day gourmet lunch and snorkeling trip at the Southern part of Koh Samui or a photography trip where you get to see the most photo genetic spots on the island or go for a drinks tasting tour if you like a tipple or two. 

You may also opt for a very special dinner experience at The Thai Experience. Behind closed doors, reservation only and a very enjoyable and well worthwhile way of spending an evening on Samui. Authentic Thai food and a great atmosphere. Can highly recommend this experience. 

Contact me for more detailed information on any of the options mentioned. 

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