The Nantra De Deluxe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... walking. As we were walking, we were cutting it extremely close to the time our bus was supposed to leave. Walking around Bangkok in the evening with backpacks trying to make it to a bus on time leaves you stressed out, exhausted and sweaty. Deciding we needed to get a taxi, we showed the taxi driver our tickets and he took us to the station. When we arrived at the station we were carted around by different staff members from the bus company with no idea what was going ...
... again and brought our roommates there to try it. We were busy in conversation and enjoying the green and massuman curries that we lost track of time! Luckily one of the British roommates asked the time, and we only had 15 minutes to catch out ferry! And it was the last ferry of the day (not to mention we would have missed our flight the next day too). We shoved our food into to go containers, handed over an unknown amount of money to pay, ...
... is because I had not really considered Thailand outside Chiang Mai and had actually completely given up on the idea of visiting this country when martial law was introduced in early 2014. Thailand only came back on our radar when looking for a meeting point between Vietnam (where Bob visited solo) and Singapore. So, we looked for the most family-friendly Thai island which hasn't succumbed too far to tourism. Answer: Koh Lanta. But I swear no ...
... now, but we have only just a taster of it all. We booked into a hotel for one night which was not where we stayed previously as they we sold out but had booked there for the following night, when we stayed there the last time, as this was the day we intended on getting back from the islands. It wasn't too much off a hassle as the hotels where nearby to one another. On the day we arrived at Krabi, we checked in and ran some errands, such as, doing a laundry run, and ...
... a huge grotto and stunning cliffs and rock formations caused by time and erosion. We did exchange a few words with the French couple who said it was nice to speak French to someone for a change, and also how difficult it was to understand the Thais speaking English. They were chuffed to hear that they were not alone with that. The Italian girl said that she'd spent some time up a Chiang Mai and made some friends on a trek. She said that the golden triangle trip up there did not ...