Amari Vogue Krabi
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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So I get the impression that today is going to be one of those days that i remember for the rest of my life. Not because it was particularly fun or anything- which it was, but i got to really see how some of the Thai people live. As beautiful as this resort is, it's boring. We're really far from everything... our only choice is to eat hotel food and drink around the pool and the beach is protected. i guess thats why these guys built the biggest pool in Thailand. So we ...
... I would estimate that only about 10 people on the boat could actually understand her but when she finished there was a tumultuous round of applause from the crowd. The poor fellow looked as if he wanted to cry. I suggested, helpfully, that we make him walk the plank……
Lunch was taken on Koh Phi Phi Don and despite being a communal affair for approximately a dozen boat loads, the food was more than acceptable. To an acknowledged gannet ...
Up at 7 showered dressed and packed, dropped bags at reception and walked tote 7/11 for our morning toastie and juice, back to the hotel to be picked up at 8.20 driven to the pier in Ao Nang for the ferris to Ko Phi Phi boat departs at 9.30. Boarded the boat found our seats we both fell asleep after a while I realise we were sailing and then the boat stopped we were stopped for a while and an announcement came across the boat was ...
... coconut. It's easy to while away the hours until 3am when you can watch drunkards jump over a giant flaming skipping rope or through a hoop of fire. INFO: Ferry: Phuket to Phi Phi 1 1/2 hours THB 400 ea (GBP 7.60) Island Tax: THB 20 (GBP 0.40) Hotel: Twin Palm Bungalow THB 1,200 per night (GBP 23). Simple beach hut, fan, ensuite with cold water shower. WARNING: It doubles as a club in the evening with loud banging house music played until 3am each night. Mojito Bucket: THB 300 (GBP ...
... as the location for the 2000 film The Beach. This attracted criticism, with claims that the film company had damaged the island's environment, since the producers bulldozed beach areas and planted palm trees to make it look like the book, an accusation the film's makers contest. The film's release was attributed to a huge increase in tourism to the islands, so I imagine the locals forgot their battle when ...