Baan Andaman Hotel Bed & Breakfast

Address: 12 Chamaianousorn, Krabi, 81000, Thailand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 12 Chamaianousorn, Krabi, is near Koh Pai, Emerald Pool (Sra Morakot), Tup Island, and Long Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Krabi

    April Adventures

    A travel blog entry by rebeccaphillips on May 30, 2015

    54 photos

    ... beaches I have seen in Thailand. Because of the jungle surrounding it, you have to take a long tail boat over from Ao Nang (or Krabi). Railay is known for its beauty and rock climbing. Spending a few days in Ao nang, I realized it’s very much a family or couples vacation spot so I was ready to move on. I took a songtao (basically a pick up truck with seats in the bed of the truck) over to Krabi. I met a couple of Canadians from my hostel and went out to the market and ...

    Day 12: Koh Phi Phi to Krabi

    A travel blog entry by lida89 on Apr 20, 2015

    5 photos

    ... The Interview." This is also a fairly accurate description of all of the stalls/shops on the island which basically are Thai food, Italian/pizza restaurant, clothing and sandal shop, souvenir shop, smoothie stand, pharmacy, bar, tour company, scuba company, 7-11, hostels, Thai massage, and ATMs. Sprinkle in a few locals yelling to you about taxis at every corner. It's so easy to get lost because everything looks familiar yet slightly ...

    Ao Nang, Thailand.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on Apr 15, 2015

    6 photos

    We had an 8.30am pick up from the hostel, this huge truck turned up and we had to climb in the back, once the truck was full with about 15 people we thought that would be it, no more people. Boy were we wrong! He just kept stopping and picking more and more people up! In the end there were 35 people in a 15-20 seater truck. They were hanging off the back sat on a stool in the middle of the two side seats! Aw Asia never fails to amuse me! Scott pulled a ...

    Island Escapade

    A travel blog entry by fednskutes on Feb 12, 2015

    9 photos

    ... is no etiquette. It's pretty much a free for all. But to change the pace of this blog, here's a story for you all. On our very first scooter ride together, Skutes drove and Fed hung on tightly to the back. We only had one helmet at the time, and given that Fed wouldn't want to wreck her hair, Skutes put it on his head. Strap undone, ready to roll. About half way to our destination, the wind gracefully took the helmet from Skutes' head, and the helmet ...

    Railay

    A travel blog entry by emma_roberts on Jan 27, 2015

    8 photos

    ... Nick was in a group of web-based entrepreneurs and it was Codie, who'd organised the trip, who not only helped me down (literally telling me where to put my feet and hands most the way) he also lent me his gloves! The evening was spent doing another rock climb (Ruth called it was walk but it was scrambling up and down a cliff face whilst holding on to a rope....)! This took us to Tonsai for dinner - followed by a pitch black walk back along the cliff face! Two challenges in one ...