Aree Tara Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Klong Muang and Nopparat Thara. AND on the way back, we stopped at a make-shift restaurant right on the street, and had an incredibly fresh and authentic Thai meal right there with the family who ran the place. The matriarch and head cook may or may not have killed the chicken we ate herself. The next day, Jaclyn and I got up early and rented another scooter, this time in search of Wat Tham Sua, or The Tiger Cave Temple. As this place was more of ...
... we met in with a great group of guys and a girl called Georgia who we spent New Year's Eve with all painted up in UV paint on.... a beach.... With 60,000 half naked people... Up mushroom mountain.... Drinking buckets (literally) ...Watching the the fire works and I don't lie when I say this but I had the best night of my life! It was incredible, we danced from 10pm till 9am and it was amazing!!! Never seen anything like it. It was brilliant. I ran into a guy from ...
... beach time. Another place worthy of a visit is Thara park. It's only a short walk from town and is a great place to relax, with shaded areas and a nearby floating restaurant and marina to look at.
I hired a bike for the second week and went all-out on the motorbike daytrips. The first place i visited was the only waterfall in Krabi i've not seen, Nam tok (waterfall) Hin Phoeng. It's a long way away, and is close to the bordering province of Trang. While it is ...
After the Perhentians we weren't really sure where we wanted to go next apart from moving up into Thailand. The boys were swaying towards getting a flight to Phuket but we ended up crossing the border via land as it was a lot cheaper and after all this is what travelling is all about really. We caught a mini bus to the border, walked across the border to the train station to be told there were no trains running as it was prayer day. The bus station ...
... at a place called Muang beach which is a little bit away from the town centre and had the beach to ourselves for a few hours. There are some posh resorts on the beach front and we decided to casually set ourselves on one of their long chairs until we get kicked out... which never happened so happy days!
The limestone formations around Krabi are truly beautiful and the motorbike ride was a treat. At night we ate at our beloved night market which is really excellent. ...