Phi Phi Paradise Pearl Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPhi Phi Paradise Pearl Resort Ko Phi Phi Don
awesome location and on a really beautiful quiet beach with great water on Phi Phi, if you can afford it stay somewhere on Long Beach if you're in the 30+ crowd.
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... for a drink or just to take it all in. On our last night in Lanta I woke up to the sound of someone trying to open our balcony door and after 5 minutes of trying to convince myself I must have been hearing things our locked hotel room door swung open! Sarah woke up at this point and we stared at each other frozen for a moment before I rushed to see who was there but the hallway was empty, how strange! I never slept a wink after that!! An eventful end to our time on the ...
... pig must have been happy when he died' as it had a sort of smile on its face. There is a little town of Saladan near by so we got to have a peek at it. There are notices all around for Thai Boxing matches, snake shows, massage parlors and dive centers. It is very tourist centric as they build up the island for the ever growing number of tourists here. With some food gathered we were able to make a good dinner at home and have a dip in the ...
... a miracle but we made sure we memorised certain landmarks for our return!
When we finally arrived at our destination it was defiantly a wow moment, the view was incredible!
With a thin strip of land attaching the twin bays it really was quite a view. Also each bay reflected totally different water colours, the left side a deep aqua marine blue and the other a shallow light turquoise - both surrounded by our ...
... trekked across with our huge bags trying to find a place to stay. Everywhere was pretty full so we ended up at Centre Point Hostel. The two girls had a bed each in the room downstairs and Holi and I had agreed to share a single bed for the night as everywhere else was full. Until the next day when people checked out and the four of us moved to a room together with a bed each. We took a walk to the beach with some sandwiches hoping to catch the sunset. And we ...
... horses). No tourists are allowed inside the gates of the Palace, but it was interesting to see people sweeping the Royal grounds with traditional grass brooms.
Our last stop of the day was at an Irish bar called Healy Mac’s right at one of the hop-on-off stops. A number of the waiters were from Bangladesh – one even called himself Paddy! When they found we were from South Africa all they wanted to discuss was cricket! ...