The Emerald Bungalow

Address: 80 Moo 4, Noparat-Thara Beach Moo. 4, Krabi, 81000, Thailand | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 80 Moo 4, Noparat-Thara Beach Moo. 4, Krabi, is near Ao Luk.
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    Travel Blogs from Krabi

    Koh Phi Phi

    A travel blog entry by kirstgra on May 27, 2015

    37 photos

    ... the pool where Blake was waiting for us a mere 40 minutes after we started out!
    We spent the rest of the day chillin round the pool, playing in the pool, eating at the pool bar and enjoying actually making it over!!
    We left Blake around 5:30 hoping we would have enough daylight to get us back to our side but swapped route to go via the 'view point' for sunset....which was much easier from this side (especially as we now realised we had been SOOOO close to ...

    The little things in life..

    A travel blog entry by rebeccaphillips on May 19, 2015

    1 comment

    ... blog, there are no traffic laws in Thailand, so driving down the wrong way of a street is ok. Blowing through red lights, ok too. In most western countries, a car will flash their lights telling you its ok to cross the street and they will wait. Well it’s the opposite in Thailand. Flashing lights mean, there is no way I am slowing my car down for you so move out of the way. A beeping horn means, I’m right here so don’t even think ...

    Vietnam -Ho Chi Minh

    A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Feb 15, 2015

    31 photos

    ... didn't taste too great but had to give it a go. We also did another visit to the war museum this was a very sobbering experience as the story of the war was all told in photos. It was beautifully presented but left nothing to the imagination. Surprisingly there were lots of Americans there I think I would have felt incredibly ill at ease had I been them. But as we all know there are always two sides and at the end of the day 'war is war'. We are finding it incredibly difficult ...

    Fried Ice Cream

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Dec 12, 2014

    3 photos

    ... like a large frying pan onto which they pour milk and add the fruit in our case banana and strawberry, not together I should add. The guy then proceeds to rapidly dice it with a couple of blades, thins the mixture out across the pan, and repeats this cycle several times. When we get them they are cold, not hot. We can only assume that the frying pan is frozen. So it's not really 'fried ice cream' as 'fresh rapidly made ice cream', but I guess that title isn't as ...

    AoNang to Krabi Town

    A travel blog entry by bethany_ on Nov 12, 2014

    4 photos

    ... dead town we finally stumbled upon an Italian place hidden down a street and yet again had pizza!

    After our meal we went back to the hotel and sat on the patio with our phones working out the stars above us and saw a shooting star, the sky was so clear compared to at home! I started scratching more than usual, not sure what set me off but even a part in my eye started swelling up so we found some piriton and called it a ...