P. P. Palm Tree Resort
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The following day we got the ferry to Koh Phi Phi. We got really lucky because the smog had actually pulled away there and we were welcomed with a turquoise sea and a sunny sky. We met another backpacker, Daniel, on the boat over and decided to grab lunch all together and hike up to the view point after checking in. First though, my second hospital trip in three weeks. I had an inner ear infection that turned out to be bad enough that I needed to go on antibiotics. Ironically on one ...
So we decided to switch hotels because ours really wasn't the greatest. After some sweaty walking, we ended up finding a pretty affordable place that is basically a huge villa to ourselves. We chilled at our place for a while before heading to the beach (where I am current writing this). The beach here is by far the ...
... have decided to only stay one night as there is only one canteen on the island and the food is inedible to the point where we didn't eat anything all day it just looked so disgusting. Malaysia has saved itself - up until this point I was decidedly underwhelmed but for two days running we took a little shuttle speed boat to Sappi island which I have to say was a little bit of paradise. Swimming through the underwater garden was unbelievable the coral was ...
... solo and compare notes later! At one point Lise spotted a shark!! "Cris...I think I just saw a freakin shark"....A small shark but still!! Cris spotted it too, a black tipped reef shark....ok!!
Pascal even saw a poisonous striped ocean snake... Whoa!!! We are very new to snorkelling but can't imagine a more beautiful experience or more beautiful surroundings. Every time we looked up from the water ...
As we checked into our bamboo hut, made a cup of tea and sat on our porch admiring our idyllic view, it was clear that there were very few people staying here which meant we had the little beach virtually to ourselves! Feeling a Swiss Family Robinson moment coming on, we made a raft out of palm wood and rope and stood on it wearing nothing but coconut shells with spears in hand to catch dinner for that coming ...