Baan Karonburi Resort
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... a seat in between them. It made flying so far
that much bearable! There were enough seats for lots of the people on the plane
to lay across hole row of three seats and I got to do that for about an hour or
so too to get some sleep.
Long-distance flying is the worst thing in the world. We
arrived into Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at around 5:30 so it was a 9 hour flight.
We didn’t have tv screens in front of ...
... made up of a large matted area, a few boxing rings and a weight zone. All of this sits under a canopy just off the street, but with no walls or air con, there's little to protect you from the 35 degree heat! After an intense hour we slowly hobbled back to the hotel to bandage our blisters, nurse our bruises, eat a salad and sleep.... A pattern that didn't change much over the next two weeks. The next day we had our first cross fit training session ...
... not see these friends again but it matters not, what does matter was enjoying the chat and cameraderie in the moment although we do have invitations pending to reunite in New Zealand and North Devon! And surprise, surprise, we kept well within budget - couple that with the fact that we love Thailand and especially this part of the country, we too have decided to return and bagging an early long stay discounted rate, we have already booked our room for ...
On the Tiger Ferry line, we finally arrived on Phuket Island at 6 pm Sunday night.
We thought the trip would never end and after the experience I had the previous day on the Long Boat, two days on the water was not terribly appealing. Overall, the trip lasted eight trying hours.
Embarking was a treat
With all of the baggage, three large suitcases, a back-pack each and other trinkets, we had to climb over three boats and up nearly a ...
... our post lunch jungle walk. Poisonous spiders, 1000 year old trees and more photo opportunities. The last legs were sea gypsy settlements and finally snorkels and rope swings at Krabi. It was brilliant, we saw banana eating striped fish close up and swam in clear warm water. We had dinner at a local restaurant, spiced down food and first phuket roti. We miss the Chiang Mai food, it was so much ...