Phi Phi Hotel
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... and again the snorkeling was alright. Not quite as good as what I saw on Koh Phangan. I was also worried about getting chopped up by the numerous longtail boats sailing around the bay. I knew that this beach was a popular tourist spot and to expect it to be crowded. It was crowded, but not wall to wall people that I had expected. We sat on the beach for a while. Then it was time to head back. The waves were crashing hard against our little long tail boat on ...
... took a small overnight bag with us. We had some lunch and then jumped on the boat that would be taking us to Maya Bay.
Whilst on the boat we went past Viking Cave which used to be a hideout for pirates centuries ago. It is closed for tourists, as a group of Thai people have leased the cave for 30 million Baht per year (about £6m) to collect the bird spit that is stuck to the cave walls. There are lots of birds in the cave that fly around inside spitting ...
... were also loads of tiny crabs that would show their heads every now and then before ducking back down when they saw our giant heads.
I had woken up full of a cold so I had an afternoon nap (long time since I have had one of those :-) ) whilst Neil went to snorkel in search of sharks.
Koh Phi Phi has a few rocky islands about 500m out from the beach, I was told if you snorkel out to these islands you will see 1.5 metre ...