Tup Kaek Sunset Beach Resort and Spa
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today has been really depressing actually, it's horrible weather, raining all day!! We went out this morning and every breakfast place seemed to be super expensive!!! We found a supermarket so decided it would be cheaper and nicer to get breakfast from there! So we bought some weetabix and milk! Such a treat to have cereal! We also bought a roll and some cheese and lettuce, it's like a proper English sandwich! Something we haven't had for weeks! Infact this is the first ...
... to capsize it every time I got in it lent over that much!!!! Just as we left it started to CHUCK it down!!! Sam and I were first on the boat this morning and was very smug about getting the best bench right at the front of the boat, the rest was pretty much undercover, now who was laughing! Definitely not us, we are sitting there in our swimming costumes, freezing because of the sea breeze and soaking wet, wasn't great. We arrived at monkey ...
... as they would cost a fortune and we could probably walk it after all it's only straight along the road we are on. So we set off, it was quite cloudy so we didn't bother with sun cream and there was a breeze so we didn't get any water. 20 minutes in it was very hot and we needed water, 30 minutes in we finally found somewhere with water and grabbed a bottle, I'd drunk half of it before we even left the shop (side of the street stall), we carried on. According to ...
... t say i enjoyed the ride straight away, I was nervous and worried that i'd fall off. Our guide took our elephats to some kind of odd places too. Let me tell you, 4X4's aren'y agile like elephants. We crossed a river and walked around the jungle a bit. We found ourselves stuck at one point, which was kind of worrying. But the guide eventually got her moving. Sometimes he even jumped off the elephant, who decided she had a mind of her own and took us for a stroll. The ...
... the one baggage conveyor belt to fetch our bags. Most arrived quickly, but Malgosia's and Ania's were delayed by 30 mins. A nervous wait hoping they hadn’t been transferred to Bangkok by mistake! Whilst the boys waited for the bags, the girls left to get a headstart on organizing the transport from Krabi to Surat Thani, our transfer point off the mainland. The trip was booked, but we had limited time to reach the city centre to catch our bus at 16:30. The minibus driver ...