Dawn Of Happiness
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDawn Of Happiness Krabi
Absolutely amazing. We booked 2 nights here thinking that we would check out other places when we arrived. We ended up staying 6 nights. Bamboo huts, rustic jungle vibe and the staff made us feel like friends instead of just guests. They even let us use the kitchen one night to cook some Pad Thai (a recipe we learned from a local cooking class the day before). I travelled here with my two sons (18 and 20) and they didn't want to leave. I thought about staying closer to action in Ao Nan, but with motor bikes, this was the perfect location for taking off and exploring... Ao Thalane, Krabi, Tiger Cave, National Park, all within easy reach. One of the coolest highlights was riding a horse called Easy. Yes, one of the managers, Django, keeps a horse on the property as his personal horse. Easy is not for rent, but Django let me stroll up and down on the beach... bare back. It seems that this place is not for everybody... but, for us it was more than perfect. At $28 a night, I will definitely be staying here again.
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Kevinleeroyes stayed here on Jan 27, 2015 during their trip titled: South East Asia.
... Lanta it turned out that the promise of a hotel drop off was a bit ambitious. The driver had no clue where anyone was going and even after being given the address in Thai he still had to stop at every gathering of tuk tuks and ask for directions. We were eventually dropped off at the top of a street and told our hostel was a five minute walk down a dirt road. We didn't really mind because we were thankful to finally get to Koh Lanta after seven hours ...
... Our taxi driver seems to be suffering from anger management issues and gets into a major fight with another driver. They are both hanging out their windows screaming obscenities at one another and suddenly it all seems like it's about to come to a head when the other driver shows our driver to pull over. Our driver pales and winds up the window and tells us the scariest thing ever - mafia. Great, not only has the taxi driver been an awful ...
After we'd managed to drag ourselves from mental Phi Phi we found ourselves in a nice little hostel owned by an America guy called Brian in the small town Krabi. Brain was quite and calm but super cool and had many of stories about the tsunami that hit the island in 2004, he was scuba diving at the time and had told us he managed to cling onto a rock underwater when the wave took out the islands. He was very brave and told us for days after he ...
... he had to get me back, since it would have been at least an hour's walk. I struck up a conversation with an older gentleman at the back after mass and the two of us plus one other guy split a tuk-tuk back to Ao Nang, so I had enough to cover it. Which was quite a relief! Then I went and found Mi and Ma, who were sitting having some cold drinks in a café near our hotel/hostel. They are staying in a hotel right across the street from my ...