BEST WESTERN Ao Nang Bay Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We left Penang on Saturday on the new 24 km bridge which just opened recently and stayed near the border on Saturday night. We passed through the Malay/Thai border on Sunday. No problems, but the Thai side had people, cars and buses everywhere. We eventually found where to go and got all our paperwork done. No checks of anything. No-one checked the rego and vin numbers against our paperwork and no-one looked inside. We drove on to Trang and stopped by ...
... for men. It varies - barely there, to full head to toe coverage. The 'beach bum' etiquette; the unwritten rules of backsides at the beach, according to Cindy: Young women feel it necessary to only cover the top of the crack while almost all men feel it is imperative to show the top of the crack.
One morning we asked a young Thai man to repeat the time the boat was going to leave the beach. 10:15 and 10:50 ...
... was completely off his trolley but he knew people I did, and I also got chatting to this other Scottish guy who claims he's the Scottish version of the wolf of Wall Street... Snore. Fair to say I left him talking away to himself chewing his face off!!!! It was a crazy night but I'm glad we experienced it. Pictures to follow.. The next day was a write off and we pretty much slept until the 2nd. Where we checked out, queued up for 3 hours in the scorching sun for a ...
... so we decided that, on our last night in Thailand, we might as well have pad Thai. When we got back to the little cart it was pumping and we had to wait a bit. The guy making the pad Thai had commandeered the seating around the convenience store that he was outside. So we sat there and he brought the pad Thai to us. The place slowly filled up with backpackers because the food was $AU 2.5 and the convenience store provided the drinks. We spent the night chatting with ...
... bit the finger of one of the other girls on the boat. It didn't break the skin, but caused some purple bruising. I hope I did not contribute to illegal monkey trafficking by supporting their picture-taking industry.
Last note about Phi Phi Don and Ton Sai bay - this is one of the main areas that the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami hit hard. Phuket got slammed and the Phi Phi Islands are far enough south that they are mostly exposed directly to the Indian ...