This is a very long movie, 2 hour 45 minutes to be exact. I had to visit the rest room, twice.
My boys enjoyed the movie; as for me, here's my view..
- too much actions/fighting
- the autobots make too much unnecessary jokes and not serious about helping human being; except for Optimus Prime and his 'son', Bumblebee.
- can we remove Tessa Yeager role from the movie?
For Cade Yeager role, I can totally relate to him, my hubby is having this new hobby - inventing things; inventing robots - thats what he calls it. Fortunately he is not collecting any garbage, atleast not the for time being.
This is what he is working on at the moments.
He even took out the motherboard from my Picabot to study. Oh well, anything that keeps him stay happy and stay at home ;)
A friendly advise: if you are having a slight headache, don't go and watch this movie; it will get worse :p
Our 1st stop, Maya bay, 50 minutes speed boat ride from Ao Nang. This is the highlight of the tour. A C-shape lagoon with beautiful white sandy beach where Leonardo DiCaprio film the movie 'The Beach'.
A short walk to Loh Sama Bay
Loh samah Bay, 5-10 minutes walk from Maya bay.
Worth every steps of the short walk, beautiful and cool shedded area.
From Loh Samah we walked back to again to Maya Bay, tourist are everywhere, everyone busy taking photos.
Eugene & Emmett enjoying the white sandy beach
Then we proceed to Viking cave & Phi Phi Ley.
Viking cave has prehistoric cave paintings and is where the birds-nest are collected.
Phi Phi Ley is a great place for snorkeling and kayaking.
Snorkeling stop #1 in the middle of sea.
We stop at Phi phi Don for 1-hour buffet lunch break; food mostly are spicy. Food provided are Not child friendly food.
The we went for 2nd round of snorkeling for half an hour.
Me and Eugene, Eugene really enjoy snorkeling here
Last stop, Bamboo island for 1-hour stop. Beautiful beach for sightseeing and snorkeling. The sand here in Bamboo Island is extraordinary soft.
Emmett cant get enough of the sand
From Bamboo Island, its a 25 minutes ride back to Ao Nang.
When we reach the shore, a another surprise waiting for we, they are selling our photos on a sand frame for 100 bht each. Great for rememberance so we bought ours.
I think these photos are exclusive for those touring with Aonang Photo Travel. The only reason why hubby booked from this agent is because the salesman speak fruent English and explain this in details to him.
The overall service is good except for:
The land transport is a bit too old
Lunch provided is a bit let down
To me, this trip is worth every penny, I'll do it again if I have the opportunity in the future.