Beach Terrace Hotel Krabi
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... stay there. As it happened, it was a disused camping ground, so needless to say, we were the only ones.
The frogs and cicadas sang to us all night. We gave a squirt of Mortein before we went to bed to deter any uninvited guests. We slept like babies, it was quiet and dark with no fumes or smells.
As we got up to our weet-bix with powdered milk and Earl Grey tea, we listened to the birds and planned our day. Relaxed.
... etc. everywhere. There is also a men's clothing line called Camp David that proudly displays its name on every piece of clothing, again, not worn by men from the USA.
Mixing folks from around the world makes for interesting people watching on the beaches of Thailand. Swimwear variations are extreme. For women, it varies from thongs to floor length, embroidered sarongs and a 'Thong' to dress slacks (complete ...
... we met in with a great group of guys and a girl called Georgia who we spent New Year's Eve with all painted up in UV paint on.... a beach.... With 60,000 half naked people... Up mushroom mountain.... Drinking buckets (literally) ...Watching the the fire works and I don't lie when I say this but I had the best night of my life! It was incredible, we danced from 10pm till 9am and it was amazing!!! Never seen anything like it. It was brilliant. I ran into a guy from ...
... water. When it came time for lunch we simply walked a few metres away from the water and into one of the many restaurants located on the beach. Here you can sit and have food at a table while gazing at the water ten metres away with sand between your toes. After spending the entire day on pretty much the same patch of sand we bummed around the communal area of the hostel until it was time for dinner. On our way back from the beach we passed a little cart selling ...
... we paid up and took pictures.
According to Mi and Ma, the monkey was a gibbon, and he was very cute. He was wearing a diaper and very friendly. He tried to snatch my towel though while we he was on my head, so he was still a little grabby, but that was ok. Ma came back and took pictures too, so we all got pictures with the monkeys. They also had a little baby monkey that Mi and Ma took pictures with. He was not as well trained as the big monkey ...