The Nantra De Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were just that great. We spent the evening playing giant jenga, pool and in Niall's case, beer pong. That was how all the nights went in Krabi: night market and then chill at the hostel's bar. There was no clubs but just a bar at the back of the hostel and loads of people from all over the world. The next day we did not a four island tour but seven. To be honest we aren't sure which islands were which, seems like it was pretty much the same islands as the four island tour. ...
Our flight was pretty early so we dragged ourselves out of bed and got ready. When we checked out we asked the English guy at reception where we could get a cab, he turned out to be super useless and just suggested getting the shuttle at 7am - this was cutting it fine even by my standards. At a loss we decided to risk it - crazy I know. We arrived at the airport in good time and were about to check in when we saw a sign saying that our check-in bags could only be 15kg, as both of ours ...
... catch the sunset. The beach was beautiful and clean. Sunset on Koh Lanta was awesome.
At night we took a walk at the night market where we had our dinner "on the move" sampling the delicacies that could be found in the night market. Had a nice 1.5 hour massage for our aching backs due to snorkelling and caving. After that some of us sat for drinks with live music while others enjoyed their pasar malam food.
... on board so cornettos all round!
The second ferry wasn't much better but we were soon on the second island and after about 2.5 hours total we arrived at Crowne Lanta Resort. It's very different to the last one set on a rocky peninsula. We were driven up the very steep hill to our room and realized we were going to get fit over the next 3 days!
The room has a stunning vista from the top of the cliff. We quickly dumped ...
... steps up to a great viewpoint to watch sunset. 1,237 steps were the 'few steps' we had to climb! Or it may of been 1,260 depending on which sign you believe. We didn't count, but it felt like at least that! It was pretty tough going, especially in thirty plus degree heat. We reached the top completely drenched in sweat, red faced and gasping for breath! It was worth it, the temple and its Buddha statues were the perfect foreground for ...