The Beach Boutique Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... won free drinks and a free T-shirt so that was fun!
I also had a lot of fun my last week in Chiang Mai. I didn’t end up doing the aromatherapy course, instead I spent the time relaxing, eating lots of good food, I found a few nice places that did organic, locally sourced Western food which even though a bit more expensive by Thai standards was still cheap and really good so I usually had one Western meal a day and one Thai one. I also did a Thai cooking course ...
Yes sunshine, YES!!! In spite of the splitting headache, we manage to surface at a half decent time with the opportunity of feeling sun on our backs at stake! After some much needed greasy food and coffee, we fiiiiiiinallllly get to a beach! Beautiful sunshine and scenery; we are in for a *****ing day!!! Time for some beach fun with a frisby. Feeling pretty good ...
... pancake' for breakfast, which was pretty good. Not enough banana though! The main beach in Ao Nang is about a ten minute walk from my hostel but it is even more beautiful than the one right by here.
There are a lot of tourist shops and the people in them make half-hearted attempts to sell you stuff. Actually I don't think any of the shop sellers bothered me at all until I entered their store, but they actually seem to understand 'just looking' ...
... of sloths.
Once the boat got moving so did the conversation...thanks to this one. I wasn't about to sit there in silence so I began pitching the typical questions like "Hi, how are you? Where are you from? Are you enjoying your journey? How long have you been traveling? Where to next?" Blah blah blah. This trip has forced me to get out of my own comfort zone which has been yet another positive aspect to this whole experience.
Along the way we stopped and snapped a couple ...
... that I would want to do often. After we got off the night train we ended up in a mini bus on our way to Krabi Town. The mini bus driver must have not gone under 100 miles a hour for any of the 3 hour trip and talked on his phone the whole time. We had a scary few minutes when we were stopped at a police check point and they kept us there for what seemed like ages - the group of lads we were sharing the minibus with all got a little bit nervous for some reason, can't think why... It ...