Royal Nakara Ao Nang
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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 …
... monkeys got angry and tried to scratch at people. Silly human beings! Scott was in there with them getting up close and too personal with the mean creatures! I was so glad when that horn sounded! I was like a whippet getting on that damn boat! They gave us rice for lunch and some watermelon, I had two servings of because watermelon is a little too healthy for Scott. We stopped off at bamboo island which didn't have a hint of bamboo on it! Just fur treesand ...
... single middle aged men and packs of pre-university groups offer not much to the more 'cultured tourist'. However, despite the amount of tourism, we still managed to have a receptionist that not only couldn't understand English, but seemed to not even understand life. Getting out in a longboat to the neighbouring Railey Beach demonstrates the beauty that everyone of us would appreciate, crystal clear waters and powder sand. Sadly, ...
Four islands, one day
We decided on a four island tour instead of a seven. I mean how much time could you really have at each place? We jumped on our large speed boat (managed by Honey) and got a great spot at the front. The trip was BEAUTIFUL. The islands were STUNNING. I couldn't believe it. Our first stop was Tup Island, it was packed full of tourist, and the tide was coming in quick. We jumped back on the boat and took photos next to Chicken ...
... pools and even go under the waterfall for a "free" massage. I decided not to swim as it was a bit chillier today. We then walked through the grounds of the park offices and saw three 400 year old canopy trees. They were huge! Maybe 6m at places! We were then off to the elephant camp. On arrival, we were given some water and pineapple while we waited for the elephants to arrive. Next thing, these three huge elephants walk out of the bush with Thai ...