Phanom Bencha Mountain Resort
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... double bed, yay!
Total Budget - 3,210!
Minibus - 400
Breakfast - 120
Flights to Krabi - 2,390
Shuttle Bus - 150
Lunch - 150
Day 106 - 17th July
We woke up at 9am after a wonderful nights sleep! It's so nice to wake up without an alarm. We thought we would go to Railey Beach and sunbathe today but it was overcast. We walked to the boat pier at the bottom of our road and tried to get some ...
... for me as it was obvious to onlookers that I was aiming for Jack yet at times the frisbee was landing by their loungers. In the late afternoon we each had tuna sandwiches poolside before calling it a day. We booked our transport for tomorrow to go to Koh Samui - bus, ferry, bus, ferry with a pick up time of 7.30 am. Ouch. Originally we were planning to go to Koh Tao first before Samui but we're so done with travelling ...
... girls, and got another small taxi to take us to the Tiger Temple about 9 km away. Today has been extremely hot. Like 95 degrees hot with a blanket of humidity thrown on top. The Tiger Temple is known for it's beautiful views of the district, it's a whopping 1,268 steps to the top. It's called the Tiger Temple because this area was once home to wild tigers. It took us about a half hour to climb our way up, taking breaks to breathe and ...
... the long tail boats and just soaking it in. It’s at
this point I realise there are no sunbeds out and no one is really sunbathing
on the beach. I'm a bit concerned as that’s why I booked this place as I just
wanted to sunbath and relax. Oh well, I know the hotel has a pool so I’ll just
hang around that all day.
I wander to the end of the strip and walk all the way back and stop off for
some chips and an iced coffee (that ...
... in. Moored up around 200 metres from an almost deserted beach with turquoise crystal waters, we with only a couple a couples decided to swim toward the beach that hosted a small wooden swing and a hammock, the closest to paradise we'd ever experienced. Unfortunately we had to leave, head back to the boat and experience one of the most bizarre things up to date, Emerald Cave on Ko Mook. Ok, so we knew this was going to be busy but I didn't realise that it was essential to be to ...