Krabi, Not Crabby.

31 01 2016
A temple near Tiger Cave.

A temple in the Tiger Cave grounds.

Our next destination was a small town off the coast of southern Thailand: Krabi (pronounced “K-rah-bee”). We were to wait there for some more friends and then head to another beautiful place called Koh Phi Phi (“C-oh Pee Pee” — yes, you can laugh because you said “pee pee”). We took full advantage of the incredible weather and went hiking, swimming, exploring, and climbing.

Tiger Temple

This cave got it's name from the people who used to listen to the roar of the tiger who inhabited the cave. Now, monks live and worship here.

This cave got it’s name from the people who used to listen to the roar of the tiger who inhabited the cave. Now, monks live and worship here.

The hostel owners gave us this room until he realized that it was only for one person

The hostel owners gave us this room until he realized that it was only for one person.

After my morning run, I bought this coconut for 20 Baht, or less than $1. Fruit and seafood was everywhere, and I absolutely love both.

After my morning run, I bought this coconut for 20 Baht, or less than $1. Fruit and seafood is everywhere in Thailand. 

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