Green House Hotel
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... the way. We feel like we're the only two people here...and we're in peak season! Every resort is fully booked, but you would never know it.
Our first bungalow was concrete (brand new since they all got swept away in the tsunami...strange feeling), so no creepy crawlers...although we weren't right on the beach so it wasn't perfect. Lollll
... quietest little bar for a beer - it was lovely. On our last day in Thailand we did a tour to see the elephants. We appreciate our western views are very privileged and while we may feel like people should or shouldn't do things a certain way-they are also in a lot of cases doing what they can to make a living and survive. So we did as much research as possible to ensure the elephants we saw were well looked after, as we had witnessed a baby elephant all tied up with only 1 ...
... beach is badly polluted even though it looks a nice turquoise blue. It is very warm and shallow and devoid of life. I went snorkelling and it was a waste of time, unlike off Kata which was very good. There are no roads here so everything goes by boat taxi or small hand carts. Its great how it's all been built back up after the tsunami in 2004 washed it all away! Our hotel is on a complex built into ...
... bags inspected; firstly when entering the airport, second going
upstairs to the departure area, and thirdly when entering the gate areas for
departure. The cab picked us up far too early, giving us nearly 2 hours to kill
before heading on to Krabi, so we opted for a second breakfast of sorts. I
opted for a chicken and boiled rice option, which turned out to be the Asian
equivalent to chicken soup, with the rice and chicken in a lovely broth.
... 8217;ve never rode one before and he just stared at me. Then, for the sake of his bike, I figured, the nice guy decided to give me a 15-min lesson, during which I gave him a mini heart attack. The poor guy (pillion) almost fell off when I throttled a little too hard. Who would’ve known, right? Well I thank him for his patience. Although I am still not 100% proficient, I am pretty confident with riding. On a straight ...