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I cannot recount the innumerable times in all these years I have been living in Krabi, that I was asked if there was any restaurant right on the beach? I mean, one of those with tables and chairs on the sand. And how many times, at the height of frustration, I had to answer sadly […]Read more
The (almost) unknown Text by Maya - Photo by Maya & Pluto I could write a novel the size of a phone book about all the temples and pagodas I’ve visited around Thailand. So it came with great surprise when my friend Pluto told me about an unheard of temple near Krabi, and I was [...]Read more
1237 strenuous steps later, I understood it was worth the effort. Text and Photo by Maya The Author: Maya One of the most revered Buddhist temples in Krabi is the Wat Tham Suea, also known as the Tiger Cave Temple. Its name comes from a legend according to which a tiger used to sleep in [...]Read more
Text by Maya – Photo by A. Todoverto Another day in Krabi, another early wake up with an Impressionist sky to go diving in Bida Nok and PhiPhi Ley with Seagypsydivers. The pick-up time is at 7 am in front of my hotel, and it takes around half an hour to reach the pier at […]Read more
Text and Photo by Pluto The Author: Pluto If you want to take a break from the sea and the sun and think that Krabi has more to offer than its beaches and its coral, if you want to discover these beautiful forests you admired from the plane upon landing, then the Rain Forest Tour [...]Read more
If you take a boat from Ao Nang and you head towards the south, after having dubbed a couple of headlands, you will see coming to you the picturesque Railay peninsula and its mountains tightening it from inside, like a treasure chest, denying other access that is not from the sea. Railay gives to the […]Read more
1995 It was 1995 when, for the first time, arrived in Krabi for a short holiday from Phuket and from there up to Ao Nang. It was a kind of love at first sight. I fell in love with the “anything” i found there: that sense of peace that emanated, the few wooden little shops […]Read more