Galare Guest House
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Located roughly 10 min walk from the old city, Galare house is a welcoming retreat with large rooms, gardens and flowers and a fantastic seating area right on the river!
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We arrived at Krabi airport, via the ferry from Phi Phi and a taxi from Krabi Pier, in the hope that we could grab a last minute flight to Chiang Mai. We made it by the skin of our teeth, as we got to the ticket office an hour and a half before the plane was due to depart. The flight was just under 2 hours and we managed to book a guest house …
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