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... It's beautiful, really- if you look up "synergy" in a dictionary, this would have to come close (or it would be next to a photo of a 1980s businessman- either way). In my case, the songthaew driver speaks not a single solitary word of English. In this circumstance, I defy you to try to find a way to mine the words "town", "Krabi" or "backpackers". Blessed to be in Gen Y, I eventually Google Image Search the nearest temple to town and ask him to take me there. He smiles ...
... to be ashamed off.
And as much as I love giving another chances, I think I will pass out on Thailand at that stage. I've seen enough..me, ever coming back here would be nothing but asking for trouble.
People here seem not to be able to understand what is good or bad...when a person needs a hospital it is ignored . What was more important is that person being charged for the damage..It was sad to watch...but again I could not just stand there like ...
... fault line destroying villages, homes and lives totalling 8212. There were no warnings. It could have been us. Today 'Tsunami Hazard Zone' signs and evacuation routes are a vivid reminder of what happened here and are provided should the natural disaster occur again. Most of the establishments seemed to be back in business although not through sustainable development. Apart from one little bar branding one mans story of survival there isn't much in the way ...
... seen Outbreak.
We spent hours lazing on the beach and I got a horrendous sunburn. I was feeling so horrible today that I stayed in the room most the day until the sun went down. Ugh.
When we finally decided to venture our for dinner we took this weird, unknown route and were annoyed at how far out of the way it was taking us. Just as I was commenting on this really large, beautiful plant, out scrams a huge monitor lizard. I ...
... there were so many tourists on it!!
After the beach we went on to Monkey Island where suprisingly all the monkeys hang out. They are used to all the boats coming to visit them and they hang in the trees waiting. We were told not to touch them as they are wild animals but the crew fed them some watermelon so they would jump on the boat and get close to us. I think they were quite well fed monkeys!!
Next it was lunch time and we went over to Phi ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKrabi Apartment
We stayed here in 2011 and are back again for 2013. That alone tells a bit of a story. The hotel is approx 1 mile from the beach and for most, it will be a very leisurely walk.
After a trip from the beach, we are greeted with a crystal pool to relax in and cool off from the walk.
These are efficiency units with a 2 burner stove top, an under counter fridge, pots, pans, cutlery, a toaster and everything you need. We collected groceries from Tesco on the way from the airport.
To top it all off, you can order fresh bread for delivery each morning at a small charge and probably the BEST RESTAURANT in all of Ao Nang is about 100 yards from this building.
The staff are very friendly as well and we would recommend this location for your next stay in Ao Nang.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.