Amari Vogue Krabi
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... fire shows and go to the beach party, but by our second bar, we met another couple, from Ireland (we were in an Irish bar) and ended up staying there until 3/4am. We started drinking buckets, and got pretty drunk. So we never even ended up going to the beach, but we will go tonight, and we had such a good laugh. They were both 24 so a little bit older, but they were a good laugh. We played them in beer pong too which was funny! We got so ...
... and spot some... Being the sea-fearer that I am... I was not jumping in! Josh did and saw lots of plankton and I missed out on seeing any... I wasn't so bothered as there was no way I was jumping in the sea in the dark... Not for me! Yes I'm a chicken... But I'm a proud chicken! We then made it back to our resort in time for their hour's free Thai tasting session where we could try a few Thai dishes (I'd already tasted Thai food) but nonetheless it was tasty and free! We then ...
... are collected, which is why Birds Nest Soup is so expensive (think over $1000). The reason its called Viking Cave is because pirates used to use it to hang out, and they would draw pictures of the ships that they had capture or sunk or plundered. Their drawings made the ships look like Viking ships a lot of the time, hence the name - Viking Cave.
After Viking Cave we headed to Phi Phi Don and the main beach (Ton Sai) for lunch. I'm pretty sure at ...
... much anywhere! Arriving in Krabi I checked into a hostel called Slumber Party. It was really cute and had your own individual pods. Being extremely social I checked in, dropped my bags, went out to get dinner (one of he best masaman curries to date), had a shower, and tucked myself into before before 11pm. I woke at 10am to the sound of pouring rain so rolled over and slept another two hours. It was marvellous :) Waking a new human I decided to grab an english breakfast ...
... sunset. The sunset ride back was stunning and probably one of those reflective moments! The first evening in Phi Phi we had found out our resort were giving free Thai food samples every evening... So of course we filled our boots! Haha Then off out we went to see what it's only and very small town had to offer, with a few shops, dodgy tattoo parlours and some restaurants which it didn't excite us too much, although there was a bar where anybody could get in a boxing ...