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This experience builds upon the many options a traveler has at their disposal.

Fast forward to the morning of August 5 th. We arrived at the Eastern Bangkok Bus Terminal at am for our scheduled am departure. Several people were standing around at which point I found someone who directed my party of three to the back of the terminal where I found the correct bus. I provided the bus driver our tickets and boarded without any issues.

The bus was clean, comfortable, had AC, and reminded me of a bus I might find in the states. The bus ride itself was approximately four hours to Ban Phe Pier and I would estimate the bus was half filled with paying customers. Upon our arrival, we were dropped off in a narrow alleyway across the street from the pier and I was able to buy a bus ticket from Ban Phe Pier to Bangkok in a small office that also sold tickets to various tourist attractions around town. We easily found the pier due to the fact there were signs in English directing us where to go. I found the ferry ticket booth and a very helpful Thai agent escorted us down the wooden dock to an awaiting boat.

I was a little surprised by the amount of trash on the shoreline coupled with the murky water and multitude of broken down fishing boats crammed into the harbor. During the boat ride to the island, we encountered heavy rain about half way there. We were sitting on the top deck when a dark cloud decided to release a torrential downpour.

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The rain came down in sheets and immediately drenched everything on the top deck. Passengers were trying to get downstairs into the sheltered cabin but there was only one way down a small stairway which left a log jam at the top. Me and the kids decided to take the soaking and watched with amusement as our Chinese brethren stood in line frantically speaking in their mother tongue while at the same time trying to keep their balance in the midst of our ferry boat being tossed side to side amongst the rising ocean swells.

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The rain eventually passed us by and with it, the sea transformed from murky brown into a glowing transparent emerald. The approach to the island was nothing short of awe inspiring. As we slipped into the dock at Koh Samet Na Dan Pier, a gigantic sculpture of a legendary Thai sea goddess sprouted from the sea.

We walked down the pier together, my two children giddy with excitement, I was transfixed on the sea goddess.


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Prior to exiting the covered dock area, I was stopped by a local merchant who informed us we had to pay a tourist fee of 20Baht each. I paid the fee and found the only mode of transportation were songthaews two bench seated trucks or renting motor scooters. We jumped in the back of a songthaew and were transported to the gate leading into the National Park where we were met by unarmed uniformed rangers.

The songtaew driver kindly made us disembark at which point we paid Baht each to the park rangers and received 5 day passes for unlimited access to the beach area. We then walked a short distance to our hotel. How do I adequately describe Koh Samet? One word: freedom. The white sand beach and warm crystal-clear water has been preserved to reflect the wild exotic untamed nature of the island.

Power boats crisscrossed the open ocean delicately mingling with the Chinese and Thai tourists frolicking in the sea. Along the coastline are restaurants serving a wide range of Thai inspired foods along with cheap beer and mixed drinks. I usually arrived early to organize, plan, clear my head of the weekend activities, and interact with my colleagues see what they did and steal any ideas that may benefit my explorations.

Like clockwork, my colleague and fellow blogger sat next to me at her desk and began telling me about her weekend Koh Samet also spelled Koh Samed island adventure. I listened intently, mesmerized by the idea that this might be a place I could go too and experience for myself. She showed me photographs depicting white sand beaches and nightly fire shows, expounded on the ease by which she was able to navigate the transportation system, and encouraged me to see this locale with my own two eyes. I made the decision about half way through our conversation that I would plan an excursion to visit this island while my two kids were visiting.

I thought this would be a great shared experience that maximized our time together and captured a breath-taking impactful moment in time. While at Koh Samet she stayed at one of the many affordable beachside hostels.

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Throughout my travels, I have learned that if you keep your eyes and ears open to alternate paths; the universe might provide answers I had never dreamed were possible. I approached the first person dressed in a uniform and asked him if I could buy bus tickets to Koh Samet. In broken English, he directed me to a clearly marked counter where I purchased three one-way chartered bus tickets to Ban Phe Pier for Baht each.

The agent was not a great English speaker but after a little bit of effort, I was able to also buy three ferry tickets 60Baht each from Ban Phe Pier to Koh Samet and learned that I would buy the return bus tickets when we arrived at the Ban Phe bus terminal. This experience builds upon the many options a traveler has at their disposal. Fast forward to the morning of August 5 th.

We arrived at the Eastern Bangkok Bus Terminal at am for our scheduled am departure. Several people were standing around at which point I found someone who directed my party of three to the back of the terminal where I found the correct bus. I provided the bus driver our tickets and boarded without any issues. The bus was clean, comfortable, had AC, and reminded me of a bus I might find in the states.

The bus ride itself was approximately four hours to Ban Phe Pier and I would estimate the bus was half filled with paying customers. Upon our arrival, we were dropped off in a narrow alleyway across the street from the pier and I was able to buy a bus ticket from Ban Phe Pier to Bangkok in a small office that also sold tickets to various tourist attractions around town.

We easily found the pier due to the fact there were signs in English directing us where to go. I found the ferry ticket booth and a very helpful Thai agent escorted us down the wooden dock to an awaiting boat.

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I was a little surprised by the amount of trash on the shoreline coupled with the murky water and multitude of broken down fishing boats crammed into the harbor. During the boat ride to the island, we encountered heavy rain about half way there. We were sitting on the top deck when a dark cloud decided to release a torrential downpour. The rain came down in sheets and immediately drenched everything on the top deck. Passengers were trying to get downstairs into the sheltered cabin but there was only one way down a small stairway which left a log jam at the top.

Me and the kids decided to take the soaking and watched with amusement as our Chinese brethren stood in line frantically speaking in their mother tongue while at the same time trying to keep their balance in the midst of our ferry boat being tossed side to side amongst the rising ocean swells.

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The rain eventually passed us by and with it, the sea transformed from murky brown into a glowing transparent emerald. The approach to the island was nothing short of awe inspiring. As we slipped into the dock at Koh Samet Na Dan Pier, a gigantic sculpture of a legendary Thai sea goddess sprouted from the sea.

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