Baan Andaman Hotel Bed & Breakfast
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... weren't any left so he gave us the air-con room for 600. It was much nicer than the other room and it wasn't at the top of a huge flight of stairs. Winning. After checking-in officially, we walked onto the beach and went to Jack's new fave restaurant for brunch. I didn't really get what all the fuss was about to be honest. We quickly found ourselves comfy beds to lay on for the remainder of the afternoon. With our books in hand we sunbathed until 5.30pm - ...
... very nice and I managed to get a new bag. Rach however wasn't so lucky, so off we went to MBK. In MBK Rach found a stall that would fix her phone but it would take 2 hours, we were then left with the dilema of how to kill 2 hours in a shopping centre... cinema? We went to watch the new Avengers and it was bliss sitting in the aircon cinema. After picking up Rach's fixed phone we went back to the hostel briefly before getting some street food. The food was alright, nothing special. ...
... walk up the hill in the dark so I jump
in a Tuk Tuk. Strange design as you sit next to the driver rather than
Still sunburnt so can’t do any sunbathing today so decide to get a long tail
boat over to Railay Beach. Was getting pretty freaked out on the way as the
back of the boat looked too close to the water for my comfort. (As I’ve said
I'm not a fan of the sea and being in it without being able ...
... Australian guy who had lived on the island for three years. That is a very long time to live on such a tiny island.
For climbing, the instructor had to first climb up to various pegs drilled into the rock in order to string the rope through the top. I had to belay him. I felt he must be a very trusting person to let inexperienced strangers belay him. And he must be a very confident climber. I managed to ...
... in the cave's many nooos and crannies. The Thai government allegedly came and killed off all the workers here, making birds nest harvesting illegal... To then just install and employ their own men here to catch the nests. Corrupt much?! Our next stop was perhaps my favourite, even more so than 'The Beach'... A beautiful quiet enclosed lagoon with the bluest (and saltiest) of waters... It was very easy to float in the salty sea! Our group had the lagoon to ourselves to frolic and ...