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Excellent quiet accommodation!
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... do, and delivers us to the bus depot where we catch Mini Van Number 2.
Another 5 hour journey lay ahead. But this was local service so we're packed like sardines. By the time we hit Krabi, even the alternating butt clenches I am periodically performing cannot stave off numb bum syndrome. And Stacey is going to have to find a Chiropractor... stat.
... The one that was left looked like a big black wolf who was such a softie and good natured. With this dilemma of not being able to walk away, and we couldn't choose between the two...after careful consideration we have ended up adopting both dogs called Franky and Lady Lanta who will be flown back to the UK when we return from our travels and to enjoy a better life that they are in much need of! We extended our stay in Koh Lanta to visit our 2 hairy ...
... of trees. He took us around the farming plots and showed us the fruit he grows including pineapples and herbs such as lemongrass and the he showed us how to cut the bark of the trees to collect rubber. It smells really bad. After the village tour we went back to the house and his wife cooked dinner for us all. We all helped to chop and prepare bits and she showed us how to make some delicious thai dishes. ...
... wandering about trying to look like the tall Thai Lafayette from True Blood. I start drinking a large Singha. Sink or swim My chicken sandwich turns out to be a chicken and bacon sandwich with chips. I might play the lottery as it seems my luck is in Spend the next several hours with stomach pains and occasionally sleeping while Leah gets her hair braided and nails done We don't make the ...
... we knew which beaches to visit and we knew our bearings. They were chiseled right in. The first port of call was of course Raillay beach. Matt had heard of it, the girl at the waterfall in Laos had raved about it and all the boatmen had shouted about it on our last visit. Raillay is a sheltered peninsular, just 15 minutes around the coast from Ao Nang but only accessible by boat and blimey was it a loud journey ! I hoisted myself into the boat, paralysing one foot on the ...