Anyavee Tubkaek Beach Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... have come across! Those who know me know how much I love supermarkets, so you can imagine, I was in my element! We trailed back to the hotel sopping wet! And had a shower and got in clean clothes, it was pretty much dark outside and we knew it was about to chuck it down! Well, it did, and I've NEVER seen rain like it! (I know I said that the other day) but this was something else! Absolutely shocking! Like a monsoon! So we was stuck in all day basically, but that's ok because ...
... and feet were purple, we started hysterically laughing, don't know why, probably because we wanted to cry, but all too soon we was back at the town & had to walk to horrible 12 mins back to our hotel, absolutely soaking! We had a lovely warm shower and got on some clean clothes & headed out to get some lunch, I had vegetable noodle soup- of course! We had a look around the shops I bought a lovely sarong type thing, Sam wondered what on earth ...
... no water. We walked and walked and walked, I had sweat dripping off my sweat I was that hot, I cannot describe the heat of today. Matty started to burn so we figured it was time for a sun cream stop and then we carried on. We must of looked mental, walking along the main Krabi highway in t shirt and shorts with no water, stupid westerners! If Matty said to me once more, not much further I think I could of turned to violence. Finally after 3 hours I saw the Tesco sign! ...
... appeared to be quite loved and cared for. They get fed a really interesting and varied diet. They are all bathed 3-4 times per day and you could see the guys had a real raport with them. Joe had herbs growing all over the camp. He must have stopped us 15 times to show us various herbs and things used in thai cooking. The property is also a rubber plantation. He showed us, cutting a rubber tree and the sap gushing out. He told us the rubber went off to become tires. ...
... and some water and settled down for the rather hot and sweaty 2-hour transfer to Surat Thani. A 30 minute wait here whilst we ate a Magnum and Andrzej giggled at Dave-o and gang performing stupid pranks on the TV, before hitching a ride on a pick-up truck to the main port. A pizza and some shopping during the 3-hour wait before boarding our night-ferry for the 8-hour trip to the island of Koh Tao. This is very much a transit town and the streets at 10pm are quiet, dark ...