Ao Chalong Villa & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... t help but giggle! We stopped off at a beach on the other side of Railay bay, it had some cracking limestone rocks! There were a few people rock climbing, we stood and watched envious of them. It looked really cool! After a little people watch at some foreign girls trying to be Victoria's Secret models rolling in the water and sand, a walk into the "cave" and a few photos we climbed back aboard for the last stop where we finished the tour. So we thought ...
... home. Our Easter has passed and you might still get this on yours, so, Happy Easter to all and hope you got lots of candy or whatever from the Easter bunny...Bhuddist here so we did not get any candy or eggs but we did get rice...just white.
By the way, video boy has another presentation and while I personally feel he could have done better (sidebar comment by Robert: "Ha !"), I am sure it will suffice...so enjoy!
... s advice, we skipped Monkey Beach and hiked over to Long Beach. Although we never found the sporty, volleyball types the Lonely Planet (LP) promised, we had a good time anyhow. Got in some more sunning and swimming. One of my favorite parts of our time on Phi Phi was an extra long hike where we got super lost only to end up on a disappointing beach (Rantee) at high tide. While getting lost though, we found the locals village, which is ...
... Bay, possibly the main attraction. The main beach on Phi Phi Lay this is where Leonardo DiCaprio shot scenes for the film "The Beach", and you could understand why. It's difficult to describe how the mountains surrounding the beach provided such appeal but they certainly did! Similar to Railey Beach in Krabi it was busy with people and the sun was no longer on the beach having gone behind the mountains so we sat and enjoyed the view, posing for a couple of pictures as we ...
... we stopped by Fatty's German restaurant (yes, in Thailand) for our last "heavy" meal before getting into the swing of "clean" eating and training twice a day. By "heavy", I mean meals with potato salad or fries, schnitzels, chicken breast topped with cheese and tomato...Fatty's became one of our favourite places to eat if we had an enormous appetite as the portion sizes are very generous and delicious flavours make any dish very more-ish. Then over to our villa ...