Travel Blogs from Krabi, Thailand

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Ao Nang, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Ao Nang

A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth

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... The time has come to move on, we've had an amazing time in Thailand but just recently we've been dying to feel intrepid again. Thailand offers a hedonistic blur of beaches and bars but has sold its soul in many ways. I want to find places a little more ...

Island Hopping, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Island Hopping

A travel blog entry by rachel_john

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To get to Krabi in Thailand we embark on a testing 16 hour journey on a variety of different modes of transport. We begin at 7am on foot, walking from our beach hut along the peaceful white sandy beach to the boat taxi collection point. There are a few ...

Krabi, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Krabi

A travel blog entry by tonyandsarah

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... food freshly and pathetically cheap on the streets, a bit like hot dog vendors but you at least know what you get in Thailand!) We ate heartily, trying some fried mussles. Johanna, a VEGAN was persuaded to try the mussles. Once she said you have to ...

Doi Suthep- Part XIV: Leaving the Mountaintop, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Doi Suthep- Part XIV: Leaving the Mountaintop

A travel blog entry by oriolesman

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At half past three in the morning, on my last sleepless night at Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, I carefully crept up the mountainside to sit in the temple before the throngs of tourists arrived.  This had become ...

Railay, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Railay

A travel blog entry by stephen.j.booth

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It is officially impossible to travel with ease in Thailand. The highlight of the trip to Railay was a 30 minute longboat ride in a gail-force winds and teaming rain. When we arrived at the harbour at Krabi I said to Charlotte that there's no way we will ...

Day 103, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Day 103

A travel blog entry by poolman99

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I've no idea what time we awoke but it was probably around 1pm. I wandered around the area and found out about some scuba diving in the islands. The mood around Khao San Road was definitely festive with one or two people wearing santa hats. The odds shop ...

The Man with the Golden Japanese Tourist...., Krabi and Ko Phi Phi, Thailand travel blog

The Man with the Golden Japanese Tourist....

A travel blog entry by lizandsimon

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... time to feel sick. Two hours later we arrived at Ko Phi Phi Don - Paradise! Phi Phi was instantly my favourite Island in Thailand, there are no cars or roads on the island just paved walkways through the narrow streets of the town. Phi Phi is shaped ...

Surviving the Ferry from Phi Phi to Krabi, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Surviving the Ferry from Phi Phi to Krabi

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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... died!  That's one hell of a mortality rate and it's very scary to hear considering that Cambodia shares a border with Thailand!  It's the monsoon season here and there is a lot of rain which means mosquitoes.  I'm betting that this virus ...

Sun, swimming and shopping, Ban Ao Nang, Thailand travel blog

Sun, swimming and shopping

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... enough. That evening we Skyped Vic from an Italian restaurant but her microphone was off so we just waved around a bottle of Chang. Thailand is just so expensive now though. A different place to when we came a few years ago. Yes we negotiated discounts ...

4* Luxury - From the sublime to the ridiculous, Ban Ao Nang, Thailand travel blog

4* Luxury - From the sublime to the ridiculous

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... dragged ourselves out of the air conditioned room at about lunch time and went to the Swiss Cottage for our second Pad Thai in Thailand.  It didnt disappoint.  We then went for a walk around town, Ao Nang is so charming, before coming ...

Vacation from the vacation, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Vacation from the vacation

A travel blog entry by orizarska

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Amanda is coming to meet me in Thailand. Yey! Vacation from the vacation. Well, sort of. Bangkok started off well with whole buchch of activities. The highlights by far were going to Radio City for life performance of Thai Elvis and flirting with his ...

Kayak for Three Please, Ao Nang, Thailand travel blog

Kayak for Three Please

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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Well, I was in bed by 4:30 AM last night and we awoke this morning to the sound of clanging outside on our terrace.  I knew what it was just as soon as I heard the commotion.  I had forgotten to call room service and have them come pick up the ...

Loy Krathong, King's Birthday and Krabi, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Loy Krathong, King's Birthday and Krabi

A travel blog entry by paul

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... Non - Formal Education and the teaching is given to the local people who have missed out on completing High School to assist them have a better future. Recently I went to North Thailand to visit Monk Boun Savat. I will write about that next ...

Deep Water Solo, Railay Beach, Thailand travel blog

Deep Water Solo

A travel blog entry by jeffsadventures

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... I sign up for that?  A:  Well, you too my friend can participate in this nonsense by making your way to Krabi, Thailand; a place where everyone walking around is so fit, in shape, and ripped with muscle that you swear to yourself you will begin ...

EuroAsian Song Contest, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

EuroAsian Song Contest

A travel blog entry by dazzla

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... being decapitated by a flick of the snake's tail. Fell asleep dreaming about Jenny McCarthy's head and woke up at 9am in Krabi. Although there are a few decent beaches, Krabi is renowned for it's cliff faces and rock climbing. I wandered around the small ...

Night in Krabi Town, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Night in Krabi Town

A travel blog entry by dane

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We arrived in Krabi in time to find out the last bus to Bangkok had just departed.  6:30 seems too early for the final bus to the capital to leave.  With our plan to do an overnight thwarted, we were forced to get a hotel for the night.  ...

Railay and Ko Samui, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Railay and Ko Samui

A travel blog entry by oriolesman

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... , I hopped on a minibus to the pier followed by a ferry to the mainland, where I caught a flight to Krabi, which is located off the Andaman Sea on Thailand's east coast.  I ended up in Railay, a gorgeous beach community that can only be reached by ...

Chapter 28:

Chapter 28: "Get Thai'd, talking to a tourist..."

A travel blog entry by easyread

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... hoofing it across the rather sleazy border. Hat Yai is another heavily Chinese and Muslim city, but the visual difference between Thailand and Malaysia is striking - mostly in the architecture and the lack of Roman letters on signs in Thailand. The Thai ...

Braving the Monkey Trail, Ao Nang, Thailand travel blog

Braving the Monkey Trail

A travel blog entry by kevinmoss

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Even after going to bed at 4AM, I got up for breakfast by 9:30 because Mickell and Major said it was the best breakfast since Xi'an.  We had big plans for the day and the day started off with a bang.  We were pretty much dressed and almost ...

SOUTH THAILAND AND BURMA, Southern Thailand and Burma, Thailand travel blog

SOUTH THAILAND AND BURMA

A travel blog entry by marc-patty

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... package tourist destination which also means high prices, so we didn't hang around too long before we went over to see Thailand's other famous beaches at Krabi. The beach of Phra Nang, just north of Krabi, is said to be one of the best in southern ...

Ao Nang - Caught in the Monsoon Rain, Ao Nang, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Ao Nang - Caught in the Monsoon Rain

A travel blog entry by andanddan

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Ao Nang is a really pretty little beach resort about 20km away from Krabi - it offered a much needed respite from the hustle and bustle of Patong, but is a little more lively than Kamala with a good choice of little restaurants and bars. Unfortunately ...

The town full of crabs, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

The town full of crabs

A travel blog entry by vickersontour

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After brekky today we just dossed around the pool. We left the hotel place at about 1.30pm to go and get the ferry to Krabi. This was still enough time for me to have a ladyboy moment. I went to the toilets to get changed about 1pm. As I was in ...

The bad then the good, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

The bad then the good

A travel blog entry by jsnicka

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... Nang beach, the most common spot people visiting Krabi go. We didn't have any trouble finding a nice bungalow and we settled in. Krabi is magnificent, the beach and cliffs are amazing and the relaxed town life is enjoyable. We've done a lot since we have ...

Crappy Krabi, Krabi, Southern Thailand, Thailand travel blog

Crappy Krabi

A travel blog entry by jawad

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... the emphasis on food. For other goods there are many street side vendors but there is nothing unique on offer here in Krabi. Top Tips: Wear some closed shoes when walking around as the many street dogs have left many turds on the pavement! Local ...

Coast to Coast, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Coast to Coast

A travel blog entry by alasdairm

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... in front of me and putting their seat as far back as humanly possible. Being told it was a mere 2 hour journey to Krabi I was unsurprised when we arrived there around 4 hours later and also unsurprised but annoyed on realizing we had been dumped at a ...

The Jungles of Thailand, Khao Sok National Park, Thailand travel blog

The Jungles of Thailand

A travel blog entry by jackdrury

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... cease. Our Jungle House is the name of the place Ellen and I are staying on the edge of Khao Sok National Park in southern Thailand. Earlier in the day we'd asked Kris, the woman that runs the place, if we should keep our shutters closed at night. ...

Phang Nga - A Night in a Fishing Village, Phang Nga, Thailand travel blog

Phang Nga - A Night in a Fishing Village

A travel blog entry by andanddan

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... walking through people's homes. There seemed to be all sorts of animals crawling all over the place from scabby cats (a common site in Thailand) to monkeys, a goat and even a bird of prey. Dan and I felt very much the odd ones out as we realised that ...

Back on the mainland, Krabi, Southern Thailand, Thailand travel blog

Back on the mainland

A travel blog entry by jawad

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... at the Hollywood Guesthouse (200 Bhat for a pretty nice big fan room). It's taken me a little longer to get used to Thailand again, but after three days I'm right at home. Of course, the great food always helps! Gotto love authentic Pad Thai and ...

Climbing Mecca, Hat Ton Sai, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Climbing Mecca

A travel blog entry by bobsonthegreat

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'Hat Ton Sai' - A name that will forever be synonymous with rock climbing, near-death experiences, partying, eating, and obscene amounts of chilling. All will become clear. We were excited. "A climbing mecca" they say, "completely surrounded and ...

Thailand!, Krabi, Thailand travel blog

Thailand!

A travel blog entry by faff

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We have finally made it to Thailand, our third country. From Kota Bharu we got a public bus to the Thai border (Sungei Golok). Initially we were a little concerned about crossing at this point as there has been frequent bombings in the region because the ...

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