Dawn Of Happiness
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- Breakfast Available
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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.
... pool, it was all going well (our high score was 31) until we paused for a break. I was readjusting my position with my back turned to Jack when suddenly the frisbee hit the back of my neck at full pace. I could just make out a small 'heads' from Jackarius but it was a bit late for that. The damage had been done. Unfortunately my aim isn't as good as his so any attempt to get back at him was actually just ...
... Hoping I would get to sleep and not be disturbed for the next few hours was clearly just a hope. As soon as I get in the mini van, I notice a smell only to be described as fish. There was a fisherman with a cooler full of dead fish in the back of the van. I sat in a single seat, which I was thankful I wasn’t crammed up against other people. Until I noticed that the seat wasn’t actually in the base of the minivan correctly and kept jerking around ...
... place became very tranquil. The sun set behind some mountains, and the whispy clouds reflected oranges, purples and reds, that all seemed to induce a richness of colour around the temple and the golden statues within. After the colours had faded away, Amelia and I carefully made our way down in the dark. Making it down in one piece (just) we hopped on the moped and rode back to Krabi town. There was a festival of some kind that night, ...
... and the lakes at Bedugal from the top of the mountain looking down at them. This was beautiful and the driver was very informative. He had lived in Ubud for 15 years but grew up in the Jungle near Lovina. He told us lots about local fruits and vegetables and the natural remedies you can get from different things. For example drinking boiled Papaya leaves makes your blood more bitter which stops mosquito bite, we promptly ate a whole plant raw each because we are covered in them... T.b.c :) ...