Ao Nang, Krabi – Thailand’s one of best holiday destination – Day 2

Looking out on the plane window it was disappointing to see all the thunderstorm clouds covering Krabi. Once landed we took a shuttle from the Airport to Ao Nang, a very popular beach destination in the Andaman Sea. Our accommodation was around 50 min away from the airport and cost us 150 THB / head.

As the thunderstorm clouds slowly faded away, the rain stopped and you could witness this amazing scenery of the clouds lifting up from Krabi’s, hundreds of cliffs and beautiful green mountains.

We arrived to Cliff View Resort, it felt like you are in the middle of the jungle. The sounds of the jungle made its presence, you could hear the crickets, insects, frogs and green vegetation was simply mesmerising.

We stayed at one of these summer wooden villas, it wasn’t the tidiest little things but for the price it was worth it. Payed just under £13/night, including breakfast.

Suddenly the jungle went silent and within 15 – 20 minutes the rain started pouring down. Until the rain will stop again, we decided to go to one of the restaurants and try out some thai food.

We had some really good food, made peace with our enemies as Ciprian say’s quite often.

After all that good food, you had to have a thai massage as well, so that was our next destination. 1 hour thai massage, costs around £6 and can be really relaxing, or not, depending how hard the masseuse breaks you bones.

By the time we finished with the massage, the rain stopped and explored further on the island and its food.

2nd Day in Ao Nang, really excited, a 1 day private boat trip around the islands and beaches, just like the once on your favourite wallpapers.

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The Best of Thailand

It’s funny how at the beginning of this year I said to myself I will travel less this year and still ended up having an 8 day trip in Thailand. I haven’t even properly recovered from the jet lag and I am already dreaming about my next trip to visit another corner of this world.

Can someone pay me to travel? Wouldn’t that be the perfect job?

I just returned from an 8 day trip in Thailand. Went with my buddy Ciprian and had a wonderful time. Stayed 4 days in Bangkok, visited the temples, Chinatown, old town, new town and the crazy night life.

I also managed to catch up with some great friends whom I haven’t seen in a long long time, so it was good to catch up with everything that happened lately in our life.

Beside the temples and the cities great vibe, I experienced the most amazing foods I ever tasted, green curry, pad thai, amazing snacks like deep fried shrimps and crabs and some crazy ones like scorpions, grass hoppers and crickets.

I’m glad I was able to visit the south as well and had a great weather considering the horrible forecast. Spent 2 days in Ao Nang, living in the jungle and visiting Hong Island and the nearby places.

After Ao Nang we took a fairy boat and crossed the Andaman Sea to Phuket and stayed at Patong beach. Really enjoyed going with the motorbike up to the mountain and into the jungle spending one day with the elephants at Phuket’s Elephant Sanctuary.

On the way back to England we had a 12 hours layover in Amsterdam, so we decided to go out into the city and explore the great architecture, food, canals and by default Red light district 🙂

Here is just a short video about the best of Thailand, but stay tuned as I will post one or more vlogs about each day I spent there.

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