Anyavee Tubkaek Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... Krabi with a sea kayaking tour. Krabi is home to a divers coastline that yields secret coves, limestone columns, hidden lagoons and a unique eco-system – that have popularised eco-tourism in Krabi. Fascinating expeditions are the kayak trips into the hidden coves or Hongs as it is known locally. These are caverns that have been created with the eroding of the limestone columns. You need to wait for when the tide is right to enter ...
... cool swimming spots.
We headed back to the village for dinner and Blake changed then the three of us caught a boat back to our side of the island for us to change then we enjoyed a night out involving buckets of alcohol, some great live music, amazing robot dances, even more amazing moon walking and to show it was a good night we ended up with a visitor as Blake missed the last boat back to his resort (though I'm still convinced he just wanted to sleep in our ...
... trip was with P.P. Sunset Trip and was from 2pm to 7pm and included vegetable fried rice and sunset views and we paid around £11 each so it was pretty good really! The first place we stopped was Monkey Bay which was a small section of trees in the rocks where lots of monkeys live! We transferred from our boat to a little motor boat in groups of about 8 at a time and it transferred us to the bay. The tide was in quite a way so there was no beach whilst we ...
... so much chatting and build up, she had arrived, and we were getting along so well. The first day on the beach I also bumped into a couple from Israel I had met 6 weeks earlier in Luang Namtha, Laos. They were staring at me awkwardly until they realized who I was and said hello. It's not unusual to bump into the same folks while traveling the same country, but a bit less common when you have ventured through so many places.
For the 9 days we basically ...
... knew Wills was thinking the B word. I assured him we were not backpackers and fortunately the scenery seemed to take his mind off it, despite the fact that a hippy type struck up a conversation and informed him he might be sleeping on the beach that night (the hippy, not Wills)