BEST WESTERN Ao Nang Bay Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Jaclyn and I caught an 11am minibus taxi with Hugo from Krabi to Ao Nang, a beach town in the southwest area of Thailand. It was a little more touristy than Krabi, but had more things to see and do. We went in with no hostel booked, so we went with Hugo to see if there was room where he was staying. There wasn't, but the owner ended up directing us to a brand new place just down the street called the MiniBoxtel Hostel. It ended up being one of the ...
... awoken by the sound of clicking cameras and our first drop off at Railay beach. Everywhere Iooked people were photographing the stunning scenery and beauty of the beach. Ao Nang is only a couple of minutes from Railay, and I'm sure we will visit there at some point. The ferry disembarked at Ao Nang Pier and we took a Tuk Tuk to our resort. Immediately we noticed this area was a lot busier than our previous destinations, which is what ...
... of our bags in a wheeled cart and walk to our hotel. It took around 15 minutes, the fact it'd been raining and flooded the streets which were the width of pavement back home to the point where there were stepping stones in some places! The lack of transport resulted in our ears being abused of bicycle bells or the locals saying 'beep beep' constantly, yet there wasn't a lot of room for you to move out of the way as there were a lot of people and either side of the street there ...
... Shannon sleeping on anything that moves). I'm trying so hard to stay awak because there is a book I want to read (which is what I have been doing instead of blogging) but I can't. We land in Krabi province and book a hotel for 800 Baht ($25) total. We are so exhausted from cooking in the sun all day that the only thing we have energy enough for is to walk down by the sea and get some dinner. We crash early in our prisonesque ...
... to Wat Tham Sua, a temple on top of a cliff (1200+steps to get to the top) which promised amazing views. It delivered. It was a great way to finish this day. I like everything about it, included watching unfit people struggling and the monkeys looking to steal our valuables (often people think monkeys are cute and harmless but all they want is cash and food i swear).
Now i am personally close to collapse. Slept bad last night because of an unreliable ...