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... the tour guide took us to Maya Beach for an hour, and after, we sat in our boat in the middle of the choppy waters to watch the sun set. As the night grew darker, some people went swimming with the night plankton. With each swimming stroke, bits of orange flashes illuminated the water. As we got back to the pier and docked, we caught a pretty entertaining fireworks show. Definitely beat out Sugarhouse ...
... pancakes and potatoes...along with lots of other items that of course include Thai noodles/rice. "Real food! They don't know what's about to happen offering 2 starving Americans an all you-can-eat buffet for $5" I say. I might never see this kind of food again so I must eat until I feel like I'll puke...and then eat some more. I load my plate 4 times. I'm not embarrassed because Cody and I have both been losing weight due to this diet. It's not that I don't like Thai ...
... to people willing to fight each
other, but no one was doing that when we were there. I cannot imagine how nuts the place would be during their busy season!
We took the next day to explore more of the island, trekking over to beautiful Long Beach before heading back or some lunch and booking the next leg of our trip. We even saw a couple of girls who recognized Emily's Notre Dame shirt and lived in her dorm! Small world.
Unfortunately, it ...
... to the ocean, just a shame there was so many people and boats, but I guess it's something everyone wants to see! And finally we sat in our long boat in the ocean and watched the sun set, not a bad day all in all! As I expected the scenery lived up to what everyone had told us about phi phi and the surroundings! An early night was earned, I was zonked! Got up in the morning and took a trek up to a viewpoint on phi phi island, which you will see from the ...
... our way to maya. The boat stopped and we had to get into a little dingy boat thing that took us to this really unstable ladder which we had to climb up and that took us into maya national park. We had to pay 100 baht entry few to visit. We then walked through the park and came out at maya bay. Literally the most breathtaking sight ever. Just like the film! We also got really lucky with the fact that loads of long tail boats and speed boats weren't everywhere and getting in ...