BEST WESTERN Ao Nang Bay Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... locals. My mind was having a tough time taking it all in. We decided to check out a few more bars on the way back to the hostel. We ended up at KR and Funky bar after the Reggae Bar. KR had live music as well, but on request. The prices at all the bars were about the same. $2.50 for a beer. Got back to the hostel and called it quits for the day. One thing I noticed with backpackers is that instead of saying bye, everyone ends up saying safe travels. So, safe ...
... With all the backpacks and people jammed in there, all movement and breathing was impossible, even with mum and babe in the cab.
Big modern port terminal with dozens of people of all nationalities waiting. Checked in, then walked a couple of hundred metres along a covered walkway through a mangrove swamp to the jetty. We were put to one side with a dozen others, as we would be the first off and our bags would not be buried, while the rest boarded. Found the last two seats ...
... which gave us till 6pm the next day. We spent the afternoon in the pool area where they had lilos which were basically large floating beanbags. In time for the sunset we headed to the beach as we knew how good the sunset was from when we stayed in Kuta. At sunset time here all the beach beds are moved and replaced with beanbags and the bars serve dinner and drinks. It's an incredibly chilled out experience. The colours of the sunset were just as incredible as last time and ...
... is a hotel right on the beach. We opted for a deluxe beach view, which ended up being a similar price to what we were paying in the previous two places. We were treated to a wonderful view of the courtyard park, with palm trees and the beach at the far end.
We felt like we had been adventuring quite a bit the last couple of places, so we wanted to relax a bit more here. After we dropped our stuff off ...
We left Ko Lanta and headed to Krabi, in the most cramped mini bus you have ever seen. There wasn't enough room for the people and then they tried to add the bags. We had a enthusiastic driver who's main concern was to get to his destination as quickly as humanly possible. Instead of watching how he achieved this and having kittens in the mini van, I decided that fate would decide if I got there or not and tried to get some sleep. Matt didn't do this and had some interesting ...