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journeypod continues to jet-set all over Southern Thailand to explore the more laid-back area of Krabi.ââA trip to the touristy town of Ao Nang brings back memories of Nha Trang, Vietnam. (Visit our archives from June 2008 to listen to our podcast shows from Vietnam)

This small beach-side town is loaded with shopping, restaurants,bars, and clubs. ââThe best âlocalâ dessert is mango sticky rice, or kao neaw ma mung. Itâs delicious and fattening! And try the Pad Thai at Ao Nang Cuisine.

For a more authentic and local feel, drive about 30 minutes outside of Ao Nang to Krabi Town. At the main intersection of town you will be greeted by a most unusual landmark--cavemen holding up the traffic signals.If youâre hungry, donât fret...this is, after all, a small Thai town.Day markets, night markets, roadside stalls, noodle shops - it's allhere. And it doesn't require much effort to find.

When youâre ready to check-in to sleep off the jet-lag or the one too many Singha beers, journeyPod recommends Rayavadee. Rayavadee, meaning âIsland of the Princessâ is fit for a princess! It is a luxurious resort at the tip of the Krabi peninsula.

Letâs take a listen as Brian Harries from Rayavadee talks and then we'll get pumped up with the upbeat sounds ofAX and their song "Thai Massage."