Hitchhiking from khao sok to Krabi took us 4 cars and 4 hours, which is pretty nice. Average time between 2 cars was only a few minutes! If you meet regular Thai people on the street like this, they’re all very kind! The last one even dropped us off at our guesthouse in the middle of the city of Krabi (where he didn’t have to be). And almost all of them invited us to come over and stay with them. So the real Thai people are very kind…
Then in Krabi we went to a shopping mall to buy… Another photo camera. Because my last waterproof camera broke down when I took pictures under the water :s Four and still counting!
The next day we went to a market first, to eat whatever we liked, and then took the boat to Tonsai beach, the Thai climbing paradise. Here I hope to meet the people from Singapore I climbed with in KL to climb with them once again. So lets see if that works out! First impression of tonsai is a rather undeveloped part of Thailand and the beach (low tide) didn’t look exactly how we imagined. But let’s see how the climbing goes tomorrow…
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