Railei Beach Club
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Superbe nuit puisque je ne me suis pas réveillée pour me gratter! Ni pour rien d'autre d'ailleurs! Départ vers 10h pour Railay avec les long-tail boats: ils partent une fois remplis, soit avec une petite dizaine de passagers. Railay est bien plus petite que je ne me l'imaginais, on peut la traverser d'est en ouest en 10-15 min à …
Guest Blogger - Natasha Lay Third stop, second island, first beach house all to ourselves! Having got up, re packed and left the hotel before half past five in the morning we were amused to see people still finding a way back to their accommodation as we were heading off to the next part of our adventure! Somewhat bleary eyed we boarded the ferry …
... safe to say we weren't in the best of moods. My heart was left behind that day when we left that amazing place.. After a twelve hour bus journey to Bangkok and a few hours wait until the shopping centre opened (Stef wanted to buy a new iPhone) we were exhausted! I remember saying to Stef before we left the UK that whilst away we would feel so healthy and would be glowing! Sitting outside on the curb against my backpack after a long bus journey, having not washed ...
... 3rd but gave up...I only gave her a hard time for about 2 days for this...quitter. We lounged on a beautiful beach all afternoon and began working on our "Ben Hooper" level Thai tan..aka poo brown. Ours turned out more red than brown, don't know how he does it. The beach was great but we were there at low tide and the water was about 3" deep and 95 degrees for 6miles from shore...when I went out too cool off I gave up after 50 yards and just rolled around in 3" of water, ...
... and by people stating they had been trapped as the monkeys organised themselves into a terrifying gang forcing the intrepid explorers into a quandary. We laughed, but maybe we shouldn't have. As we made our final descent - just 200 steps from the bottom they appeared. Some were jumping from tree to tree making their way to branches above our path, whilst others stalked around us. Not wanting to repeat the experience John had with monkeys climbing on him in China we ...