Blue Village Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... later and we felt relatively certain that sinking was a strong possibility. Vaughan and I were even talking strategy in case we went under which way we would swim.
Surprisingly we made it to Railay Beach and once again dropped some 40m from shore. We waded in and as the sun was now really beating down set ourselves up at the closest smoothie stand to cool down. My very favourite drink here is a pineapple shake, which is like a piņa ...
Friday 31st- Monday 3rd The Railay peninsular is made up of four beaches; Railay East and West, Phra Ngan and Tonsai. Although the peninsula is part of the mainland, due to the vertical limestone karsts encasing it, it is only accessible via boat and therefore has a unique island feel. Our first two nights where based in Railay East, which itself has an unattractive mudflat beach but is a well located base to explore the beaches of Phra Ngan and Railay West, ...
... several caves as well as two or three isolated sandy beaches. It was quite cloudy that day so we didnīt even get sunburnt.
After we returned the kayak it started raining so we went back to our resort and jumped to the swimming pool. There is nothing better than chilling in the outdoor swimming pool during the rain.
We spent the afternoon by eating, drinking, chatting and chilling. Later we went to a beach bar and got some beer which made our evening quite funny :) ...
... New Year and this year that fell on February 1st. So we're in Ao Nang and it's even busier than before, it's 4:30, we are shattered after our 12 hour mini bus journey and we have no accommodation booked. Still we have 2 and a half hours till it's dark so should be plenty of time. How wrong we was! Everywhere was full, even the crazy woman and her ****** bungalows we stayed at before was fully booked. The Chinese had come in their thousands and conquered Ao Nang. Emma went ...
... You couldn't leave anything in your tents, the only place you could leave it was in the cars on your back or in the locked trailer. Recently they had taken a bag with a passport and flight tickets, oops so we were super careful! We headed over to the island on a ferry with all the 4x4 and after we set up camp and had lunch we headed to a spot called lake wabby. The day was so so hot and we had a 40 min walk on sand uphill in the scorching heat. The only thing keeping ...