Royal Nakara Ao Nang
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Nakara Ao Nang
Ok hotel, needs some updating.
Although it has a pool, there is NO WHERE to sit by it!
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another little propeller plane to take me to Krabi. I think I was sitting in
the coffee shop for longer than the actual plane journey! It was about 30
So I’ve arrived at my final destination. I feel a bit sad that I have no more
places to go to. I think I’ve …
... time wading out waist deep what felt like about 3 miles!!!
We took the 15 minute boat ride and then I had to do the same the other side. By the time I found and negotiated the price, I felt like falling asleep!
We got the airport and luckily my old Thai miles card got us into the lounge so at least some relaxation at the end.
It's been another amazing trip and so glad we toured around and we definitely ...
... country. I would say they are the "Allegiant Air" of Thailand, since the flight only cost $25.
The flight was only about an hour and we landed in Krabi. We then had a few options on how to actually get to Ao Nang, the beach town we are staying in. First, and most expensive option was taxi. We both vetoed this from the start. Our next option was the shuttle bus, at lot more reasonably priced, ...
... With all the backpacks and people jammed in there, all movement and breathing was impossible, even with mum and babe in the cab. Big modern port terminal with dozens of people of all nationalities waiting. Checked in, then walked a couple of hundred metres along a covered walkway through a mangrove swamp to the jetty. We were put to one side with a dozen others, as we would be the first off and our bags would not be buried, while the rest boarded. Found the last two seats ...
... plantation where we tasted a variety of teas and coffees. The main attraction was the Luwak coffee which is the same idea as weasel coffee that you come across in Vietnam and is where they feed the animal the coffee beans so they pass through the digestive system and then recollect the beans once they have been 'pooed out' before being cleaned and roasted. Now I'm writing it I feel a bit sick and can't believe I actually tasted it. Also it's a shame to say it but it didn't even ...