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... by far the largest population of visitors on the islands!. No boats are unaccounted for these days and there are standard minimum prices applied by every company so no free lance boatmen to haggle with anymore.
The trip was pretty cool. We didn't see any sharks at shark point so I may start a petition for it to be renamed and the snorkeling was pretty average there but the rest was great. Mosquito island is about half an hour away and has a pretty decent reef there off ...
... use Krabi Town as a stop
over, it does have a good location for reaching many places with the
benefits of cheaper accommodation and food.
So after our first day of Krabi
exploration and research we decided to go for the kayaking tour and
booked through our guesthouse for about £12 each. The tour picked us
up and took us to a popular kayaking area called Thalene. It was a
brilliant three hours of slowly paddling through narrow clearings ...
... I have barracuda and prawns" at us. We decided to go in and had a very filling lunch. Crab in a spicy coconut curry and barracuda with cashew nuts, together with the best and cheapest fruit shakes we have had. After a walk through the village, which took us all of 5 minutes, we got back on the tuk tuk to head to Jungle ...
... glory, papaya salad and mango sticky rice. The class was large (approx 15 people) so we missed some of the finer points, and my sole focus was to keep the chillies out of my dishes. Every dish was extremely spicy, and the papaya salad surprisingly so, which I didn't realize until after I took a heaping spoonful. Chef Ya also gave us the helpful tip of putting salt on your tongue if it's burning. A very useful tip.
Blair and I ...