Islanda Eco Village Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We arrived in Krabi in the late afternoon and got the Tuk Tuk down to our hostel, the Pak-up hostel. We met our roomies for the next few days and headed out to the night market with them. Krabi is a lot less touristy then the rest of Thailand and thanks to that, also cheaper. We got yummy rice with veggies and chicken for 40 baht (a Euro) and fresh fruit shakes for 50 cents. The good life ;) Truly the best park about Krabi Town is the night markets. Not that Krabi town was bad, but ...
... and damp. In pitch darkness, we walked through with a flashlight on our forehead. We had to climb, stoop, and crawled through the obstacles.
After the caving was done, we took a ride to the other side of the island for our brunch. Had really nice homemade thai food.
Made our way back to the hotel using a different route. We rested for a while and then decided to go for a swim at the beach and ...
... to get some supplies and I was pleased they had some good beers but of course it was 10.50 and they couldn't serve us until 11.00 so we gave up and left with just chocolate!
Koh Lanta is split with 2 islands so we needed to take 2 ferries. The first ferry was a very old roll on roll off rust bucket. I could have swum faster and it must have taken 25 minutes to go 400m! The only upside was that there happened to be an ice ...
... a mini-bus which would come and take us all the way to our hotel on Koh Lanta. Checking-in at the tour office we were given stickers and asked for the name of our hotel on the island. I had found my online and when I rang they had one bungalow left for 600B a night and it was right near the beach - perfect! We had to wait for a while before we were picked up, enough time to go to the 7-11 around the corner and get a frozen coke. Once the mini-bus turned up there already was a ...
... homes. This is great but we do have some mixed feelings as its a shame to take a dog home when there are so many unfortunate dogs back home that need homes, especially England. After the dog we gave a small donation and headed home to chill from the sun and book some accommodation for Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. We headed out for dinner around 7.30 and decided to find somewhere new to try, we headed to a Trip Advisor recommendation but ...