Tup Kaek Sunset Beach Resort and Spa
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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One of the first pamphlets Christine saw after getting to Krabi was of the Krabi Fun Park where one could do a variety of zip line and rope course games. One of these games was to ride a broom stick a la one Harry Potter. This activity was on the radar for the past few weeks. We arranged to get to the park and were met by Jimmy. He had worked at another park an hour away but due to some partner issues he ...
... stay there. As it happened, it was a disused camping ground, so needless to say, we were the only ones.
The frogs and cicadas sang to us all night. We gave a squirt of Mortein before we went to bed to deter any uninvited guests. We slept like babies, it was quiet and dark with no fumes or smells.
As we got up to our weet-bix with powdered milk and Earl Grey tea, we listened to the birds and planned our day. Relaxed.
... s advice, we skipped Monkey Beach and hiked over to Long Beach. Although we never found the sporty, volleyball types the Lonely Planet (LP) promised, we had a good time anyhow. Got in some more sunning and swimming. One of my favorite parts of our time on Phi Phi was an extra long hike where we got super lost only to end up on a disappointing beach (Rantee) at high tide. While getting lost though, we found the locals village, which is ...
... crazy tricks with the fire sticks and balls, throw it way up into the air for instance and Catch it behind them. However There seemed to be a lack of care towards people though because they would throw it way up into tr sky, miss it, and it would land near a tourist. A girl was also super drunk and dancing around the stage and the guys just let her even though they were throwing fire! I was on the edge of my seat watching it all happen and wanted to save the girl but Anything goes in Asia! ...
... We got a chicken satay stick (20p) and headed back to our guesthouse. Ya recommended that night market for food so we went back down for tea. On the walk down we saw a firefly which was pretty cool. The market was more of an outside restaurant which was packed with people sitting on plastic tables and chairs so we joined them. Connor went for a 'small' prawn curry and pad thai and I went for chicken in chilli paste and shrimp rice. The small dishes turned out to be ...