Railay Princess Resort and Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the entire front of our bungalow) also wide open!!! The only thing between us and the jungle is a thin mosquito net ;)))))))) we've arrived!!! Lollllll
On our first full day, we walked to the nearest village...2 hour walk along a pretty pink/orange clay road...in extreme jungle heat lollllllll. The locals are extremely nice to us and the air smells sweet! We are amazed at ...
... to hike up to the viewpoint. You could either take stairs from the beach or go up the back way via a road and then a dirt path. We took the back way. The views from up there were amazing. It was definitely worth it. We took the stairs to get back to mix it up a bit. That night we had a quiet dinner and a few drinks before heading back for the night.
As I mentioned before, we were not super close to the bars and restaurants hoping ...
As I said before, on the Ko Phi Phi post, we were able to come here for the same cost. A 45-minute ferry to Ao Nang, followed by a 5-10 minute speedboat ride to West Railay beach, and we were here. Like Maya Bay, the speedboats basically back up on to the beach, then you climb down into knee-deep water and carry your luggage onto shore. It makes us happy that we brought backpacks instead of suitcases. It also makes us happy that we decided to wear our bikinis ...
... soon found out how terribly unfit we were not having any regular exercise over the last 10 months!!!!!
It was soon time to catch an all day bus to get to Kanchanaburi and then out to the Bamboo school. This orphanage was established about 15 years ago by a NZ lady, commonly called MoMo Cat (Mother Catherine). She is one amazing lady with soo many interesting stories about her life and the events that have occurred at ...
... growing and is extremely touristy. Half the local slums I saw last time are now gone to be replaced with bars and hotels. I think within the next ten years next to no locals will actually live on the island and it s beauty will continued to be abolished by drunken white idiots. Its quite a shame I think, because i don't think i will ever return after this last trip, but i ...