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TravelPod Member ReviewsKrabi Resort Ao Nang
Clean, cheap, contemporary & modern furnishing, strategic location (3mins walk to beach and beach front shopping area).
Would have given 5 stars:
- if not for the inconsistent water heater flow, 1 minute hot, another minute cold.
- Internet facility is not free, have to purchase credit.
Note: The pics in travelpod is for different resort. Go to http://www.agoda.com/asia/thailand/krabi/white_sand_krabi_resort.html for the correct pictures.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
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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 ...
but feels like nothing that we have ever experienced!!
by the way ... If anyone is wondering, Tiger Balm liquifies at around 40 degrees......
....................................... ....................................... ..........................The food is quite good here... Cris had the strangest breakfast of the entire trip... Squid Soup.. At 8am, why not! ...
... lucky to meet some wonderful strangers who, I hope, will remain friends for a long time, regardless of the distance between us. Honeymooners Megan and Glenn were kind enough to share their time on the Halong Bay trip, specifically on Cat-Ba island, with this crazy family of four. We had to laugh when Glenn, after returning home, sent us a picture of a sandwich board in his hometown of Brisbane, advertising pho for $11!!! We also look forward to a ...
... when I yelled back "shh you're not supposed to tell her that" we laughed about it for the rest of the kayaking trip, and come to think about it, we switched places in the kayak at the next little beach we stopped at. Sorry Kristine haha.
After our kayaking adventure we laid out on the beach for a while, enjoying the sun and water. We ate lunch later in the day and guess what I had??? Mango sticky rice!!!! We then took ...
... when it got too hot and we occupied most of the morning this way. Having heard about a viewpoint somewhere in the mountains we enquires how to get there; it turns out that Railey Beach is split by resorts in the middle and there is an east and west - our morning having been spent at the west. We walked across the centre of the headland which took five minutes or so, stumbling across a shooting range and some monkeys raiding bins en route. The tide was in on the ...