Bonhomie Beach Cottages

Krabi, Thailand | Ranch
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    Travel Blogs from Krabi

    Krabi Town

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Oct 10, 2014

    1 comment

    ... I am always frustrated by the lack of garbage cans at this food markets. Sometimes I find a little corner where people have just started piling trash without any plastic bag or 'can' to speak of around. And apparently this works, but it seems very haphazard to me, and can be difficult to find somewhere to put your trash!

    The market has a fairly Muslim slant to it- most of the stall runners were wearing hijab and I even ...

    Honeymoon Paradise

    A travel blog entry by vanjaarsveld on Sep 03, 2014

    16 photos

    ... Tiger Cave Temple but not so impressed by that one ;-) That afternoon we went on an elephant tour as well, riding through the jungle and feeding the elephant afterwards. Saturday and Sunday then were pretty rainy. Obviously there is not much to do here with bad weather, so reading a lot, sitting in the jacuzzi on our balcony, drinking champagne, sleeping, going to the gym was what kept us occupied those days... Luckily on Monday it cleared up, so ...

    Railay, Krabi

    A travel blog entry by tashdanpaige on Aug 16, 2014

    5 photos

    ... ever seen. It was like it was out of a movie or something. Mountains and trees everywhere and beautiful white sand and blue water. We stayed here for a little while and walked up where we saw a wooden swing we played on. We sat around our pool the next day, soaking up the sun and taking a dip before heading to the west side beach to watch the sunset. There were mats out on the beach where you could take a seat and candles along the shore line. The sun set ...


    A travel blog entry by landellsandlads on Jun 21, 2014

    After the Perhentians we weren't really sure where we wanted to go next apart from moving up into Thailand. The boys were swaying towards getting a flight to Phuket but we ended up crossing the border via land as it was a lot cheaper and after all this is what travelling is all about really. We caught a mini bus to the border, walked across the border to the train station to be told there were no trains running as it was prayer day. The bus station ...

    Beyond ICC

    A travel blog entry by miss_pat on Apr 01, 2014

    45 photos

    ... soon found out how terribly unfit we were not having any regular exercise over the last 10 months!!!!!

    It was soon time to catch an all day bus to get to Kanchanaburi and then out to the Bamboo school. This orphanage was established about 15 years ago by a NZ lady, commonly called MoMo Cat (Mother Catherine). She is one amazing lady with soo many interesting stories about her life and the events that have occurred at ...