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Good location nice clean rooms and friendly staff. Most rooms share the bathroom but they are kept very clean
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... but Krabi is one of the major airports leading to the islands. Woohoo! Then I got back in time for the birthday celebration! Our chef Pa Nang and two students, Mai (Taiwan) and Som (Thailand), all had their birthdays within days of each other! So Sofia and Jeenal made this amazing coconut chocolate cake with nuts, strawberries and anchan flowers. It was SO GOOD. I ate three pieces, haha! Vegan, gluten-free, organic, natural, you name it! Kaya, the British girl ...
Hey all the journey to Chiang mai was a long one. Was up by 6am, taxi by 7am, got to the bus station around 8am then finally left on the VIP bus around 9am. VIPS busses are great. Only 3 seats in each row as they are much wider, comfier and you can recline them right back to sleep on. Was also given free snacks and drinks on the bus. After being in Bangkok for a few days and now on this bus I have come to realise there are no real road rules nor any use of the lanes in ...
... called Patara, but they were booked 2 months out when I tried to make a reservation, and they referred me to the place we were going. I first want to say that this family run elephant resort, by far exceeded all my expectations. Our guide was named Bird and him and his family own the land and 14 elephants. We were placed with a family of 7 from Australia, so we had a very small group of 9 of us.
When were first arrived we were issued ...
... here are Chinese (which at least makes me feel like I'm in Asia) but man, some can be so rude. I think it's a :survival of the fittest" kind of behaviour: I've seen it in every overpopulated country i've visited. Shove and push your way through, no sorries necessary. Just trying to get a seat on the subway, or grab the very last garbage trinket at the market. Its pretty frustrating, but I've learnt that instead of getting frustrated, I simply do what ...
... and it was so disgusting! It was called a Langsat (Longkorng). We then tried a thai jelly that tasted really like coconut milk and was quite nice but I wouldn't pick it up again. We then had this we strange biscuit type thing which we called 'crunchy cake' because it looked like a Squares bar but with Wheat Crunchies crisps forming the shape but then it tasted like a sweet cake- crunchy and spongy at the same time.
After trailing through the markets, we then visited ...