Aonang Cliff Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAonang Cliff Beach Resort Ao Nang
Set back upon a hill, with chickens, turkeys, cows, cats, lizards, mosquitoes and a monkey all surrounding our little hot wooden hut!
Slightly set back away from the main street was it's only downfall but we did have everything we needed in the hotel from a tasty little restaurant, beautiful forest surroundings, great swimming pool for diving and a small gym.
With a hourly free bus into the main area it wasn't hard to get to all the local shops and restaurants.
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... how many steps 1,237 feels like. That night Jaclyn and I took our new friend Meg out for a seafood dinner at a place highly recommended by one of our hostel hosts. It did not disappoint with their impressive selection of fresh seafood catches that you ordered right from the tank. After dinner and then drinks on our rooftop, jack retired for the evening while Meg and I went out to explore the nightlife of Ao Nang. She took me to "Ladyboy Lane," where I met ...
... with pretty much the same 60,000 people I spent New Year with to get off the island and get back to normality. So a 3 hour boat, 4 hour bus, 1 hour mini van and we're now tucked up in our hostel back in Ao Nang Krabi with 16 snoring female horror shows (including emma) and I'm awake thinking of ways on how to end it. Great. Happy new year haha!! Could be worse, I could be in the freezing cold.... Happy new year to all my friends and family back home. Love and miss you all ...
... on the beach later, we felt very satisfied with ourselves for finding, let alone completing the trek though our thick jungle back garden!
So there was nothing left to do but get back into relaxation mode, so that's exactly what we did for the remainder of our time here.
We would miss our little novelty bamboo hut on our private beach but Ko Lanta awaits our exploration so explore it we must do! Until then...
... realised that we were in for a real treat. The first task was to prepare a large variety of fruits and vegetables which we would then use in the creation of our dishes later on. Ya said that there were only really two ways of preparing these foods either bang bang or chop chop. After we were finished banging and chopping we made an assortment of different dishes ranging from curry pastes, fried rice, salad ...
... the same price or a lot of the time cheaper this doesn't bother us. The island has defiantly been taken over by tourism and probably lost a lot if it's original charm. There are so many bars, restaurants, massage parlours and clothes shops all trying to get your money. There are lots of small windy paths, kind of reminding me of the favelas in Rio but obviously not so dirty. Our first night out was a big one and the first time any of us had tried ...