Friday 1 November 2019

Welcome to November 2019

Welcome to November 2019

Day one of a new month and we say a warm Welcome to November 2019! We need that warm welcome! November means for Koh Samui's the rainy season is here! 
Our rainy seasons kind of runs from mid-November through to mid-December. Very occasionally we have a nice and dry rainy season, but don't bet on it.
More typically it may rain fro days on an end with all the fun that comes or goes along with it. Flash floods, flooded roads and water just about everywhere. Your laundry can't get dry and become moldy. The fun just doesn't stop.

Many times, small boats and vessels can't go out because the waves are too high. It's all about to happen soon. 
Right now however, around 10am it's partially cloudy and the sun has been in and out behind the clouds. With a nice and cool 28C, it's great. However, towards next weekend, the rain might start showing up.

Welcome to November 2019

Welcome to November 2019

The big statue of a monk at Wat Bophud. This is Luang Pu Thuat. He was born in 1582 (2125 BE) and died 1682 (2225 BE) in Ayer Kala, Lenggong, Perak, Malaysia. He is a revered Buddhist monk who lived in Siam. He is said to have performed miracles. All over Southern Thailand you can find temples with massive statues of him. This is our Samui one. Many provinces have one or more big statues of this monk.

If you find yourself on Koh Samui during November, I hope you will still be able to enjoy your time here. Hopefully this rainy season isn't going to be too bad. Let's cross our fingers 

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. 

Join me in a private dive trip with yours sincerely! 

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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