Ao Nang Beach Resort
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... another 2-3 years and it will be perfect, of course there will be building here constantly because more people will discover it and want to come to this place but the necessities and foundations will be there. It took us ages to get to our hotel, everyone we asked just kept pointing to go straight and turn right. We eventually found it, we were probably there furthest away from the pier, it's basic but nice and thank god we have air con because it's boiling here! Scott was ...
... instead, he just talks to them and says commands.
Also, in Vietnam, we went to the Cu Chi tunnels and learnt about the civil war and the American involvement in it. We went to the War Remnants Museum and saw the effects of Agent Orange, a horrific toxic chemical that wiped out miles of forest and jungle in Vietnam. Hundreds of thousands of people's lives were ruined by it, and even today ...
... our hotel around 8:15 to pick us up by bus, and then took us to where we loaded on to speed boats. This is defiently a tourist trap and there are hundreds of boats doing the same tour, but still it was something I had dreamed of seeing.
We we got seats in the front of the boat with 2 couples around our ages from, Italy and Sweden. They were all really nice and Kristine and me almost became translators for them at times, ...
... started their swimming and splashing. It was phenomenal to see, it looked like glitter surrounding everybody, unfortunately not able to photograph though. We stayed there for quite awhile and were then off back to the beach. From there we decided to catch a tuk tuk home and after a lovely warm shower we are super happy and absolutely loved our day. Tomorrow we are off to ride the elephants. Krabi has been a fantastic visit so far! Much love to all. ...
... booked another trip the next day with a tour company which took us to some of the iconic places around Ko Phi Phi. We stopped off at the monkey beach again where Joelle and I got to actually feed them this time. Then we went past Viking Bay, which is a cave where local people live (probably to escape the chaos of Ko Phi Phi). Then we stopped for a lunch of fried rice and had a snorkel in the Bay where the film The Beach was filmed, we saw really cool ...