Krabi River Hotel
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... as to where its namecomes from. Within 2 or 3 minutes of us arriving and monkeys begin to flood down onto the beach. We took photo's and watched as they rolled around in the sand. One guy got a little bit too close and the monkey lashed out at him. A few of them began to run down the beach thinking there was food. We moved back into the water for safety but whenthey entered the water we realised it wastime to leave.
... we had planned to go to Railay beach. But when we woke up we both felt a bit tired and instead we chilled for most of the day around the guesthouse. This is where we met an English guy who was there as he was writing a book. He had been in the centre of the devastating Tsunami in 2004 on Koh Phi Phi. He plans to release the book later in the year.
Our third day and we made it to Railay. We were up dressed and down to the river where we boarded a longtail boat. Landing on ...
... mentioned boats were lined up along the beach with a small square area roped off for swimming. The swimming area and small beach were crammed with hundreds of tourists. I can’t really complain since I’m one of these tourists too but do all the boats really have to follow the same itinerary so they are all here at the same time?
Once we left the boat we anchored out by the cliffs and were given ...
... rum and coke to have a few drinks in our hammocks before we walked over to a few of the beach bars. The first one we went to had a fire show on the beach that we sat and watched. They had a fire skipping rope going which after another cocktail we decided to have a go! The next bar had a fire ring people could jump through which we both jumped through together! A bucket of rum and coke later and 3 minutes after turning 24 Hannah thought it would be a great idea to set me up ...
... securing my ensuite bedroom I proceeded to take a dip in the infinity pool on the rooftop.
The first night involved a litre of Smirnoff, Jose Cuervo and Johnny Walker – and ended in two people being sick. I could go into more detail and explain that a random Indian man and myself had to carry Laura to her bed from a curb down the street, but I won’t elaborate too far to save her the embarrassment. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKrabi River Hotel
wuold be considered 4 star in england, lovely staff, great big bedroom with lovely big bed and wonderful river view.
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