Baan Phu Lae
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... like two Japanese girls in the sun. We then found a really nice resort for lunch, fried rice and pad thai for only £2 each, cheers! Since then we have been chilling in our bungalow waiting for the heat to settle down, which is pretty hard without air con! Its sooo flippin hot!
I don’t expect our next few days here will be much different to today, as it’s really nice just chilling to the max. We thought about going to Koh Phi ...
... over New Years and then fly to Bangkok from Krabi. We booked their last room available. We managed to do this all today as today was most definitely not a beach day, we woke up to rain and it has not stopped the entire day. The rain looks like it is set in for the next few days unfortunately. We must be getting the storms from the flooding down south. But when ...
... s main island/ village.
Koh Phi Phi....the Jewel of southern Thailand? juste correcte. After spending the day in such a beautiful space.. The village of Koh Phi Phi seemed so touristy, invading and not zen at all. Very cute village but not our cup of tea. It's like the Earl gray to our ginger lemongrass .... Both delicious but so different. The boat drivers gave the four of us an hour to ...
... to see the best of it. We hired our sporty blue and white moped for the second and third day of our stay which cost a total of £8 for the two days hire and approximately £3 for two days fuel so you could say we didn’t end up spending much here!
On our first day of island exploration we visited a pretty 12 metre high waterfall which we had to get to by trekking through another dense jungle! This time we were ...
... we are not sitting in the cafe next door staring at the horizon wondering how we managed it, and what the hell we were thinking putting ourselves through all that in one go. The place is run by a very friendly muslim couple who seem spend most of the day either on the phone or playing gambling games on the computer, while bits gradually fall off their guesthouse. After I watched three seperate couples turn down one of his rooms, the owner has ...