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O. part courir sur la plage à 9h.
B. dort jusqu'à 9h45.
Il fait gris et il pleut !
Petit dej de 10h30 à 11h.
Check out à 12h.
On va sous la pluie jusqu'à la route du bord de mer pour attendre le bus local pour Phuket Town. On attend 15 min et on monte.
Ça coûte 30 baht par personne. Une heure de trajet pour arriver …
... a beautiful thing. We're staying in a villa in Phuket which I'm finding difficult to describe as I don't think I could do it justice, it is simply beautiful, even more so because we aren't exactly paying to stay here. According to my dad this is cheating as backpacking round the world doesn't usually include an infinity pool and trained chef, but who likes stereotypes anyway. This island itself is bigger than I first thought, especially since I didn't realise Phuket was an island, ...
I thought that I would venture down to Phi Phi and take the obligatory photos and leave. Instead, I fell a bit in love with the island and stayed a few extra nights. To get to Phi Phi, I had to take a longtail boat to Railay from Ton Sai. I arrived early because a boat leave only when 8 people are there. After about an hour, there was a boat full of locals going to some random pier in Ao Nang, so I jumped in that boat instead. I arrived in Ao Nang with exactly ...
... 3 guys one year ago on the beach when she sold to them at that time too. We hung with her drinking beers, swimming in the ocean, joking around, and hearing about her life. She lives an hour away and has gotten up every morning and drove here to sell beer out of a fifty pound bucket to tourists for the past 22 years. I just found it so amazing that they had all met here before. The guys were going to have dinner at her house later that night for a traditional ...
Day 153 March 3, Sunday: Ko Phi Phi beach day
This is from Wiki Travel:
Most of the development of Phi Phi Don is situated in or around Ton
Sai village, which is on the low, sandy isthmus that joins the two hilly
spurs that comprise the rest of the island. There are also other,
quieter resorts on Long Beach, Laem Thong, and at other less accessible