Railay Princess Resort and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We didn't arrive until 4pm after a long journey from Koh Klang to get here. Novel way of getting to the resort from the boat. As it was low tide they drove a tractor and trailer to pick us up. The East side wasn't brilliant but the walk to the west side made up for it. Shame we are only ...
... and so peaceful. Climbing aboard the free boat transfer back to the main pier, we waved goodbye to our resort and made our way to the main ferry back to Krabi. The weather was now quite overcast, even threatening to rain, so everyone grabbed a seat downstairs, where I finished my book... The amazing, harrowing true story of Loung Un, a Camodian lady who escaped the Khmer Rouge Killing Fields back in the 70s. What a read. I'd thoroughly recommend it if you are interested ...
Drew and I decided to head to Krabi for a few days to get away from working on the boat and for a bit of chill time, we've been hard at it so time for a break. From Langkawi we arrange the ferry and bus which saves us any hassle getting to the bus station when we arrive in Thailand. It's an easy enough journey although it takes a bit of time, once at Krabi we jump a tuktuk down to the town and manage to find a cheap room for the night. It wasn't an exciting night in ...
... would be road on the other side. We were wrong.. We were literally walking through the jungle, up and down huge hills on dirt roads, and through where locals lived. It was pretty sketchy. It then got dark and thank god, the jungle dirt road had occasional lights hanging in the trees! We finally made it out... Sweaty, dirty, and ready for showers and dinner. When walking back, we ran into Fiona on the street! What are the chances?! We planned to meet for dinner ...
... again. This island is a national park and no one is allowed to live on it. Maya beach (the famous shark and beach play scenes) tucked in on the south side of the island is a tourist mecca and even in the slow season there is no beach front space to spare with all of the tour companies docking for day trippers. It's hard to tell where the 200 Baht conservation fee goes as the beaches and water is littered with garbage ...