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The alarm went off at 4.55am. We had a taxi booked at 6am to get us to the ferry terminal for the 7am fast catamaran. There's a 7-11 at the terminal and we got some lovely toasted sandwiches there before getting on the ferry. It was still raining so the journey along the unsealed part of the road was an experience. With our breakfast in hand we …
... could find the white lady with horses, and we eventually found the house, as far from the main road as it was possible to be, along with our house sittee. After a quick refresher, We were given a tour, starting with the main house. The family lived in a long bungalow, with a kitchen at the back, preceded by bathroom, mess area, two bedrooms and an out-front seating area, open at three sides, with a small mezzanine that was used by the dogs. Surrounding the house to the left was ...
... Justin as he went to the ten, then the 15-meter jumps. I got a few decent pictures of him and then we moved on.
We then stopped at Phi Phi Lay, an island about 2 km north of Phi Phi Don, the main island. We went swimming in a beautiful bay surrounded on all sides by sharp cliff faces. The bay was only about 4 feet deep so I stood in the water with Justin and some Canadians and enjoyed a beer.
After the bay we went to Maya Bay the beach famously featured in ...
Joe; We awoke to a view over a sea of Palms with two limestone karsts right out our hotel yet they still towered above our 6th floor room. Below us was a lagoon with kingfishers working the waters and to the right of that was an amazingly large serpentine pool and the other wing of the hotel. The day began with a bit more rain and so we read and ate from the big buffet and then headed to the Railey Penninsula because it is supposed to have beautiful ...
The tour included a visit to the lower caves of the temple but a visit to the shrine at the top of a tall karst could take up to two hours, so the tour didn’t include the climb. At this point, having decided that we still had enough energy we decided to leave the tour to do the climb.
“This will be either the best decision we’ve made all day or the worst.” Said Elyse as we surveyed the bottom of the stairs.
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we booked a fan room via booking.com and were taken to the block at the back of the building. It was raining and there were leaks everywhere. Our room stank of damp, when opening the door to the bathroom we could see why - the entire ceiling was black with mould spores and bits of it were hanging down.
We'd paid for 2 nights as we'd checked in so felt a little trapped. We asked if we could see another room and the woman behind the desk was clearly pissed off with us, she was surly and rude. She showed us another room with an open shower - it was raining and the entire bathroom was 2 inch deep in water - imagine the insects!
She could tell we weren't too happy so offered us an 'upgrade' for 100B per night to one of the rooms in the newer part of the building. It was a huge improvement so we took it.
After staying in the room for 2 nights, we realised it was a little grubby - ripped bed spread, black marks on the sheets and a seriously scummy shower head. Also we only ever had a cold shower. We are budget travellers and have stayed all over and don't expect top notch for pennies....but manners and a clean room should be a given.
Would I recommend? Only for the location - I'm sure there are better places in Krabi.
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