Golden Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolden Beach Resort Ao Nang
We went here for the yearly Songkran Festival where they had a evening's of entertainment on such as music, traditional Thai dancing, Thai boxing and fire dancing.
We had a good night for the Thai's New Year with everyone in high spirits and friendly as ever!
Set right on the beach front, Golden Beach Resort is one of Krabi's most expensive hotels although the food we eat there wasn't the greatest.
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... the 'Chang', music and random break dancers!!
We are very pleased with our new location!!
Monday 8 June...
We woke and lazily headed down (with slightly fuzzy 'Chang' heads) to the pool restaurant for a breakfast to start the day. After breakfast we had a lazy morning by the pool reading our books then headed out for a walk and lunch at a lovely street food cafe.
We later headed back for a bit more pool time, swimming lessons for Grahame (as I coached ...
... Krabi with a sea kayaking tour. Krabi is home to a divers coastline that yields secret coves, limestone columns, hidden lagoons and a unique eco-system – that have popularised eco-tourism in Krabi. Fascinating expeditions are the kayak trips into the hidden coves or Hongs as it is known locally. These are caverns that have been created with the eroding of the limestone columns. You need to wait for when the tide is right to enter ...
... in line and just ignored Paul when he called him on it. He also had no trouble ignoring the two hundred people who had arrived before him. Ah well...it almost makes you lose your faith in people.
So, we are saying goodbye to SE Asia now. We have been here since December 17 when we flew into Denpasar, Bali. That feels like ages ago, but in reality, it has only been just over eight weeks. But, when I think of the experiences we have ...
Having gotten burnt the day before, we knew we had to stay out of the sun so we hired a bike for the day. I had a load of postcards to send that I'd written a while before so we headed to the post office to send them. At the post office we saw a few mopeds with cardboard wrapped around them- we found this highly amusing!! We walked around the town with a fruit mojito each in a plastic cup and bought a couple of items of clothing then sat in a bar looking out ...
... a super sweet family that I will remember always. i have felt the hospitality of locals, as the down pours come and go as quickly as they arrived - they shop you into their shops and wrap you in towels, feed you and give you alcohol.. Some are truly genuine in the mix of all of those simply trying to earn your dollar.
Tomorrow I am on my way, with a travel partner - a woman I've met from Sweden.. We shall persue Koh Tao.. I'm gonna get me a diving liscence, just you wait!