Ao Nang Pearl
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... and feed the eles. They were delighted and got quite excited at the sight of the treats. Next thing, the lady came out of the kitchen and gave us a packet of old pineapple peels from the day and we could feed them these too. Lauren was delighted at this. They seemed very happy with their snack and there was lots of laughter around. We headed back for town and after a short nap, we went out to find dinner. We found a great restaurant and decided to ...
... It's an actual treehouse, built out of old drift wood and old bits of building materials! I'm going to do a video tour of it tomorrow because pictures just don't do it justice! Booked a few nights in Phi Phi for Friday/Saturday, then probably head back to Bangkok, either fly or bus, haven't decided ...
... times to the deep green sea below us. It was truly something.
There was however one depressing part to this little excursion. Two of the staff members decided to go canoeing within the area and discovered a plastic bag floating nearby. Inside was 600 USD, 4,000 Thai Baht, a passport, and an iPhone. I was beyond envious and so wished I had taken the damn kayak out myself to have discovered this delightful paycheck. Damn it!
... Than, and jump into his friend's mini van instead. His friend's mini van, Mini Van Number 1, would pick us up from right outside the guesthouse and take us across the border through to the Hat Yai bus station. From there we would get the Government bus to Krabi and then we'd try to arrange some way of getting at least as far as Ao Nang. Our ultimate destination is Railay Beach.
At 5.15 Mini Van Number ...
... too because it was really comical), and then went for a walk around town. Krabi is blessed with stunning limestone formations, which gives a very special character to the town. It is also famous for it's mud crab. At night we found the night market, serving delicious, inexpensive food (and beer... well it had been a tough day!) and had a feast.
Today, 20th of March marked the last day of our 6th week in Thailand, which isn't that special of an anniversary ...