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C_josbeck stayed here on Mar 18, 2014 during their trip titled: C&J´s BIG trip, part 1, GOT-SIN.
Ook hier heb ik weer genoten van mijn verblijf ! Op aanraden van verschillende mensen zijn we naar hier gekomen. Met de ferry van Koh Phi Phi Don waren we op een kleine 2uurtjes in Krabi. Omdat wij zoveel houden van de mooie stranden hier, zijn we richting Ao Nang gegaan.
En wat blijkt ? Ao Nang is een super gezellige 'badplaats' met veel …
... slow boat would be easier on Maureen's belly. Our first destination was Phranang cave. This was a famous cave and the location of a princess' spirit house which was worshipped by the local people. The cave was located on a wonderful yet packed beach. Only 30 minutes here to explore the cave and take a stroll along the beach. We were then back on the boat to head to our next island. Chicken island. Yes believe it or not this island was in a shape of chicken, ...
... party of six Brits arrive to discuss fishing and when introduced she repeats their names. An Amanda trick. Thereafter she addresses everyone by their names, forgetting. There a couple of friendly dogs and eight other people in the big 20 x20 metre open sided hangar that is the restaurant. Amanda orders Tom Kah, a coconut and vegetable soup, with prawns, and rice. And I have Pad Thai, which is wonderful: stir-fried noodles and crisp vegetables with an ...
... for the sound of nature. Crickets, birds and other animals provided a constant chorus throughout the night, monkeys occasionally adding their calls.
We never saw a monkey, except for the cheeky baby capuchin that accompanied the pool cleaner. Initially it sat on his head, then ran around playing beside the pool as he cleaned it. It enjoyed playing so much that it refused to leave when the cleaning was done. The pool cleaner kept calling it's name, but ...