On Saturday in Krabi we headed to Ao Tha Lane for an afternoon of Kayaking.. Little did I know at the time that I am the absolute don at it. Yes, Kayaking Champion 2015 over here. I think this maybe my new favourite water sport (only because I’m good at it).
Jack and I lead from the front every step of the way and mastered some key skills early on.
Teamwork makes the dream work!
We headed around the canyon, played some games involving manoeuvring around and ducking under trees and dodges in and out of islands and rocks
We even see some monkeys along the way!
Such characters, they jumped on our boat to join in on the fun. Just to warn you, keep your stuff hidden, they like to steal things, and never touch a monkey, they can be aggressive.
Great day all in all, the exercise knackered me out though and I was in bed by midnight.
What’s your favourite water sport?
LwL aka Cinderella X
This Friday and Saturday in Aonang, there’s been a great beach festival along the beachfront. Food, music, culture and lots of stage performances, it appears we came at the right time!
I’m not 100% sure if there is a reason behind the festival, can anyone help?
I am aware that all the hotels around the area set up different stalls to sell things each year, but it may have traditionalised from somewhere?
Regardless, the atmosphere over the past few days has been buzzing.
I tried a ‘butterfly pea tea’, although I’d be lying if I said I’d enjoy the taste. I thought it was awful but glad I tried.
On the other hand the Indian chicken kebabs were absolutely amazing! So much so that the stall sold out just after us.
And I met some Geishas 😊
Here’s a few more pics from the night. If you’re in Krabi this time next year I’d recommend it!