Krabi River Hotel
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wuold be considered 4 star in england, lovely staff, great big bedroom with lovely big bed and wonderful river view.
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... in vines and bushes .
watched a kite surfer on the water today but he was having trouble, the water was pretty rough
and the wind pretty strong. He just couldn't get things to work right.
we watched some kids playing on the beach, then a couple of Thai children came up and seem to
want to play in the sand beside them. The dad yelled down from the beach ...
... chair back all the way. To say I was uncomfortable was an understatement but I just turned on my kindle and got lost in my book for 2 hours so wasn't too bad. Jack just looked at me and laughed and said "this is why were are going to Hannie..." because I was a little Krabi.
We arrived in Krabi and decided to get a bus to our guesthouse as it was considerably cheaper. Again the transport in Thailand is not exactly ...
We went kayaking all morning with a guide on the Bor Thor river. We shared a kayak and there was another couple from South Africa. The river was surrounded by mangrove and the water wasn't see through. We saw dancing birds, many crabs and fish with legs. We went to 3 different locations. The 1st was the ..... cave we paddled through. It was impressive. The 2nd was ...
... we had to do was find Tonsai Bay. I asked someone. "You have to get boat. 500 baht" (£10) Well absolutely not. We had already paid to get to Railay and things were getting expensive. After stopping for breakfast, having a brief argument, and eventually consulting a travel guy - we found that we needed to walk to the west side and get a boat from there instead (or walk around the rocks if it happens to be low tide). As if by ...
... a Cliff Jump, Maya Bay where 'The Beach' was filmed and a couple of snorkelling spots. You also watch the sunset and then snorkel to see the plankton as it glistens at night time, all which sounded amazing!
We got on the smallish wooden boat as it was spitting and not very warm which didn't make the journey very enjoyable! First we headed to Monkey beach equip with nuts. We got off and fed them. We were told they can be quite vicious but the majority ...