And this was good, because we were heading to the Krabi Sheraon Beach Resort for a week of long walks on the beach, massages on the beach, and enormous breakfast buffets, near the beach. We’d also spend a day at Railay, famous for its limestone rock-climbing (which we observed) and more spectacular beaches. The week was good. See for yourself.
|Yoga on the beach|
|One of the two pools (on the beach)|
|$5 massages (next to the Sheraton) on the beach.|
Look at the little towel she put over my unders for modesty's sake.
|Flowers to keep the sand (from the beach) from blowing in our faces|
And, of course, some delicious thai food:
|pork (duh) salad|
|And coconut water|
|Sunset dinners on the beach|
|En route, we checked out some local beaches.|
J wore her stylish helmet.
|Heading to Railay|
The only way to reach the outcropping of land is by longtail boat (long tail not pictured)
|The imposing limestone cliffs of Railay beach.|
|Railay is famous for its climbing.|
|View from the top of one of the limestone towers.|
|But Railay is known mostly for its beautiful beaches|
|And rightly so|
|"I can't believe how amazing these beaches are!"|
|Limestone outcroppings just off the beach.|
I swam and climbed this one.
Actually, I didn't climb it, but I did swim to it.
|Gorgeous sunsetter as we left Railay|
You can find more of our Krabi photos here.