Koyao Island Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Koh Yao Noi was the quiet and laid back island we had been searching for. We spent two days on the island, and it was magic. Shortly after another scooter adventure around the island, we made friends with Tim, a friendly Aussie from Melbourne. We agreed to take a day long trip by boat to the Karst islands in the bay the following day. On board the boat was another American named Robert. The four of us had an excellent day boating around the fantastic limestone cliffs that jut out ...
... dramatic landscape that shape Railay's crescent shaped bays are like nowhere else I've seen. The powdery fine sand and shallow calm bay are idyllic and worth a visit. However, it's quite small, options are limited, and there are so many other beautiful islands and beaches in Thailand so we would probably recommend making a short 3 or 4 day pit stop at Railay. We definitely don't regret coming, but are happy enough to be leaving as well. That probably says it ...
... with all the other longtail boats. I always love seeing monkeys. Next we went inside a bay to admire the absolutely gorgeous limestone cliffs. Some people opted to do a cliff jump. I declined because I actually got bruised when I jumped off South Point in Hawaii and I didn’t feel the need to yolo that day. Then we headed to Maya beach. This of course the place where the Leo DiCaprio movie The Beach was filmed, which I have still not yet seen. ...
... about not catching (I know- that's fishing... But it doesn't make it any better!!) Ross was great and with his help I managed to fight and land a ***** Ripsaw Catfish and whilst I was in the water just about to pick it up for a photo, the other line went and Paul landed a red tail catfish which enabled us to have a double header photo. Day 6 Started off a good day, I caught quite a big carp straight away but then the good day stopped for me but for Paul it went from good ...
We left Khao Sok and caught the bus for 3hrs to the Heroines Monument near Phuket where we needed to get a taxi to the Pier. As we got off the bus the heavens opened and it poured down for around half an hour whilst we were searching around for a taxi. After trying to flag a taxi down for about 20 minutes, an old Thai man offered to help us as he knew a taxi number and let us shelter from the rain in his garage.
We got to the Pier and then jumped on ...