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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We set off from our hotel in Khao Lak (more on this to come!!) to the elephant hills resort in Khao Sok national park. The resort is an elephant sanctuary that rescues working elephants from around thailand. Instead of elephants being used for tourism to carry tourists all day, these elephants just get to play with them. The place where the resort is situated is beneath towering limestone cliffs and forest terrain. We are shown to our room for the next 3 days and it is a tent! It ...
... inside (with 20 other mosquitoes) and all the windows were covered with blue colored drapes. Exhausted and just happy to be on our way, Cindy and I dozed off a few times before we arrived at the pier, with the bus making a few stops along the way. We get off in the middle of this concrete lot and see our bags already laying outside the bus waiting for us to pick them up. The guy who gave us our ferry tickets while still on the bus ...
Once at our guest house we were so pleased we had booked to stay here. The people were lovely and really wanted to help us out in any way they could. The lady Jar Jar gave us a map and pointed out that there was a nice night market we could go to in the evening. She arranged a taxi for us and we set off in search of the night market with food in mind. As it was our last night we both knew we wanted to try ...
... accommodation for the nights of the 10th and 11th. Good reviews of the beaches, good snorkeling and not renowned for its teenage all-night parties. Sounds good to us old folks!!
After a shower to wash away the last few days' travel, we walked into town to a travel agent and booked the night train from Chumphon to Bangkok for the night of the 13th – travel time 11 hours. Accommodation for the islands secure and travel by ...
... of transport quite so many times but we guess it's just the Thai way. So we eventually arrived in Krabi about 2:45pm after what seemed like a really long journey. A tuk tuk took us to our hotel which turned out to be nice and finally we could relax. We explored town a bit in the evening as the found a really nice little cafe which we ate at twice in one day. It even put on films in the evening so we got to watch ted while eating our pancakes and avoiding the ...