Sri Panwa Phuket
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that but you never know! And I have all our valuables with us anyways!) The drive was really nice, we tried to take the shortcuts but it was difficult because we had to go around the bottom of the island and then up to the middle to drive back town another tip of the island. It was easy going through reception, Ellie and Sal was there so we just went straight up. I don't think the reception even noticed us! Their apartment is ...
We left mainland Thailand and started our short island hopping tour of the Andaman coast, first stop Ko Phi Phi, and the minute you arrive here you know this is backpacker central. I would say Ko Phi Phi is one of the most beautiful islands in Thailand although it is overrun by tourists, and there is no sleep to be had on this island.
We only had two nights here and decided to do the ...
... by the ladies on reception. And the smiles continued throughout our month stay here, locals and tourists alike, because what’s not to like here in a tropical paradise in the most tranquil beautiful setting. From the moment we settled into our complimentary upgraded one bedroom apartment, sloth started to bed in all too easily. Having been to the island once before back in 2009 we felt no pressure nor the inclination to ‘see the ...
... to get our bearings and immediately decided the Klong Muang was just the right place for us. Gone were all the souvenir shops that made it feel like Spain. Here you felt like you were living with the locals and no one was trying to sell you stuff every 2 minutes. At last some peace and quiet. We hired a moped and found our way to Krabi town, not as hectic a ride as anticipated. We then called in to Ao Nuang. The latter being yet another tourist ...
... upon entry. Is that even possible? It's hard to describe the ungodly heat unless you've been here. You start fantasizing about cold, atrocious weather in Pittsburgh (that's unacceptable, I'm well aware).
I floated around for a good hour or so just admiring the atmosphere. And then it came over me. I realized I was in the exact bay where the 2004 tsunami hit. An eery feeling came over me much like the one I had while flying Malaysia Airlines to get ...