Phupranang Resort and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... country. That said, they have had visitors from all over the world and have since learned a lot about western food habits. They had a French fellow teach them to make proper bread - which is true if you try to buy bread elsewhere in Thailand. They have learned Swedish and German dishes to name a few. We had a variety of foods but stayed away from the American 2 egg and toast breakfast. After about a half hour wait a ...
... and miniature squid.
We hired scooters, to drive up and down the island. Everyone drives scooters here, it's too small an island to warrant getting a car.
We tried a few different places to eat, trying a few different thai dishes. Beef in garlic and pepper being particularly nice, but the massaman, coconut and yellow Curries were good too.
We would have drinks with dinner, an Elephant as the waiter would call it, as the bottles of ...
... drink or even planning our January/February 2015 road trip across the USA using one of the many WiFi hotspots that are offered at nearly every bar or restaurant for no cost.
Heather has to be congratulated on finding our accommodation in Krabi. The AoNang Home Stay is not the sort of place we normally use, but all of the good reviews were certainly for a reason. The place was spotlessly clean, in a quiet part of the town ...
... that docked with ours seemed just as big, but who knows.
First stop, Tub Island. This is the name of (one of) the island(s) where you can pull up and then walk across the sand bar to the other island. At low tide, the sand comes out of the water and is an isthmus. We weren't there at low tide so we had to wade across, but that was ok. I walked all the way around the island and out to the other island before finally putting my stuff down and getting ...