Railay Garden View Resort
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Joelle arrived to Krabi around 9, we took her straight to show her her lovely room! She was very pleased with the room which had completely glass wall with curtains! Not. She gave us all out bits from family and the girls at home, some we opened and was I very excited and some we have to save till Christmas! Joelle then got washed and changed and we headed back out. She was hungry so we took her where we ate early a really good indian! Don't worry she had lots of thai food ...
... down the road to find a hostel. We came across a street which had a couple of guest houses so we thought we'd start by looking there. There were a few rooms on offer but a lovely lady said she would give us discount on a fan room so we could have it for 300 baht a night so 600 baht for two nights, this was pretty cheap so we thought why not. The room was basic, a bed, a mirror, a toilet and a shower but it was reasonably clean and seemed ...
... be any better ;-) We just have to be careful with all those monkeys roaming around, trying to get into the rooms... The first two days we had fantastic weather, enjoying the pool, the beach and the beachfront bar! On Friday we went on an excursion to some natural hot springs in the area, where you can sit in natural rock pools while the warm water is cascading down... Great! Then afterwards to Emerald Pool, a big natural pool in the rainforest. ...
... comes back to me, standing by the side of the road. Seeing the lights turn red, I sense this is my moment. I run across both lanes, dodging traffic from both expected and unexpected angles. I bang on the door of the bus and by miracle, they let me in. In moments like this, I'm reminded of the ability of travelling to bring out things you don't know were in you. Not that I will be transitioning my new-found traffic dodging skills to Sydney - that's probably best left in ...