Timber House Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... country. I would say they are the "Allegiant Air" of Thailand, since the flight only cost $25.
The flight was only about an hour and we landed in Krabi. We then had a few options on how to actually get to Ao Nang, the beach town we are staying in. First, and most expensive option was taxi. We both vetoed this from the start. Our next option was the shuttle bus, at lot more reasonably priced, ...
... but a really interesting one...so maybe that's the secret 4# 'Travel is not About Seeing the Places You've Watched on TV, it's About Feeling it' Probably should of expected this one, but in general everywhere we have journeyed to that I was gasping with excitement to get to....has not measured up to the places I thought might be better as a stop over. This is particularly true with Thailand which I've completely fallen in love with because of ...
... didn't look very professional taking it on my phone! We headed back to Ao Nang and got as lost as on the way there, we got back in time for the sunset again whilst I had another curry and Craig another pizza! I got my bandage changed for the last time as it is 'boodiful', the doctor told me Id be able to get it wet the next day finally life without carrier bags and awkward showers and swimming pools! We gave the ped back to the rental ...
... 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 ...
... lists were meant to simplify their job but we could they were getting a bit desperate. What can we say…the organization wasn´t the best.
After 20 minutes of waiting one of the local guides approached our group and invited us to follow him to the long-tail boat no. 9. Finally we started to move. There were people from all over the world in our group: Malaysia, Singapore, India, USA, Thailand, Chile, Czech Republic :)
At about 9.30 we were on our way to ...