Aree Tara Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... absolutely no climbing gear! I was ******** myself for him, but he obviously knew what he was doing. After that, we went for one last dip in the water and then caught one of the last long tail boats back to Ao Nang.
All in all a really nice 3 days of beaches and stunning scenery. We might be a little burnt, but at least we now actually look like we've been away for 3 months!
... ticket! Ticket! Ticket! Me: (trying to get ticket out from my wallet) Agent: ticket! Ticket! Give me your ticket! Me: (raised voice, it's 10am an I just woke up from the car snooze) "I'm getting it!!!!! Calm down and Stop asking me for it!!!" Agent: (shuts up). Then asks "where do you stay in Au nong?" Us: "why does it matter" Agent: "did you book already?" Us: "yes. Why do you need to know?" Agent: "where you stay?!" Justin: (scrambles for his phone and looks up the ...
... to be very much in the hands of the military. We were dropped off by the bus on a random road at 3am and luckily a guy running a local restaurant piled us into the back of his pick up and took us to a hostel for a few baht. As I'm writing this I'm thinking how dodgy this all sounds but most people we've spoken to speak much better English than those in South America so you can judge their character a bit better before agreeing to go somewhere with ...
The temperature is just perfect. Not too hot, tee-shirt weather, with the water warm enough to go in easily, but cool enough to cool you down a little when needed. We stayed at a little isthmus between Ao Nang Beach and Noppharatara Beach. Walk five minutes in either direction and you are on a white sandy beach. Ao Nang is more touristy, so we had the best of both ...
... because it is less touristy than the other popular islands in this area. So even though it's Christmas (thus peak season) it still feels remote and not too overcrowded.
Upon reaching Railay West we hopped out of the longtail boat and into the waters then headed to check in. Our hotel was located right on Railay West beach and had a nice outside open air restaurant. I could immediately envision sitting out there in the morning with a cup of coffee ...