So I (Dave) have been given the task to fill you blog following junkies with our time in Krabi.
This being my first blog entry i intend to be informative, to the point, not babble and not waste your time with ambiguous paragraphs of mind numbing over scripted tales.
As in Pucket we felt the need to relax and not feel guilty for not visiting anymore then just the beech and pool, if you think its bad enough finger clicking through the wonderful array of temples/waterfals/buddha laying down, buddha sitting up, buddha standing up, buddha laughing im have exspecting seeing buddha "vouge" Madonna "style" photos we have added, you should try walking through them in 25 degrees heat!
We arrived late afternoon and after the obligatory hotel room photo,checking out the bathroom which is always an exciting prosper to look forward to i think when staying in a posh hotel, plumber or no plumber. However in some cases on our trip this has been a nerve racking experience. So now the ultimate test of the hotel facilities..........the TV !and yes you may think, of all the places and sites we are visiting and im sat on the edge of the bed grasping the remote, willing the TV to produce film after film as it it did in Pucket, ive just asked Rach if the TV in Pucket was mentioned in the Pucket blog, it was n't, now i would love to tell you more about this TV channel sent from the gods but im trying to stick to my word and not babble, apparently I tend to do so when telling a storey my parents inform me.
tbc my minutes are running low xxx
So im back to deliver the most thrilling blogg post everrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
The beach we was staying on was actually not Ao Nang as thought but a beach called Nopharat Thara, although we never actually stepped foot Ao Nang beach we think we got lucky as this beach was very quite without any "hawkers" (this is the name given to the countless amount of sunglasses selling, fruit selling, fish selling, hammock selling, suitcase selling!!!!! massge providing locals that walk up and down the beach) pestering you every five minutes.
The first night we walked along the sea front, Ao Nang was hettic with touristy type shops selling everything!, high and low end restaurants, irish bar of course burger king. My tea was disapointing as it came stone cold (green curry) the place we ate was cool though and it was dead cheap so did nt mind, a local guy sold beer from his pick up truck near by, placing his plastic chairs either side of the pavemnt were everyone walked. It was funny watching people try to talk or take pictures of there friends sat opposite them, as passes buy walked through the middle. The beer was cheaper then the pubs and it all added to the atmosphere so no one caredless.
We retuned to room were Rachael fixed me up a brew with our new kettle facilities mmmhhhhhhhh
Day two, I woke up excited to see what the buffet style breakfast had to offer! I was going to take full advantage of this. Well it kinda didnt disappoint, the first day it was cold! they had let tha wax burners underneath the stainless steel food containers go out! I was livid!! all this money we had payed and i was eating cold fried eggs and bacon! We had earlier talked that if anything was nt to our liking we would say straight away rather then just sitting quitely and excepting it, so i pointing it out to the staff and we complained to reception later.