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Travel Blogs from Ko Phi Phi Don
... roots with bits of rope to hang on to as we went it was like a little obstacle course but was a little adventure all the same. We arrived and rested the sun wasn't out but was nice to be out the hostel so Deven read, Yaz slept and I wrote my postcards. It was a nice long beach hence the name just sand and sea and was nice to get away from the tourists. But then the weather started closing in phi phi lee disappeared from view so that was our cue to head home! ...
... action- Katie and Briony, sisters from Buckinghamshire. After the best and possibly oddest pre drink the others headed of to a bar while we tried to Skype Rachael to speak to Emma and Tom on their wedding day. We finally managed to get hold of them and it was amazing! So great to see how beautiful Emma looked and have a quick chat with them! Unfortunately our WiFi connection was **** but it was still pretty emotional. Our friends weddings are the only ...
... really seem to be anywhere except the street for my bike.
I end up spotting a nearby Irish Pub and the owner from Dublin said I could store the bike in the back of his place that way it was out of sight and out of harm’s way which was really kind. My plan here is visiting nice beaches and a bit of island hopping and snorkeling which turns out to be a great experience. I met a fellow Glaswegian who owns/runs the main diving school but since ...
... sunset but make it back before I would get eaten alive by Mosquitos or loose sight of the steps in the dark. Gah, I sweated the most ever on this short hike. My back was drenched after 10 minutes, but to be fair I was hurrying past people. Exhausted but totally worth the trek, I finally made it. There were tons of people perched out waiting for the sunset too. I admired seeing both sides of the island and how gorgeous everything looked. Then I realized that this was the famous ...
... down to the same beach we'd been to in the afternoon. Arriving at low tide in the afternoon had meant a very long walk to the sea and water barely deep enough to swim in, and yet during our post-dinner visit, the dance floor of the bar mingled with the sea. Happily, we threw off our flip flops and danced in the waves, until the fire shows around us became too distracting. We've seen fire dancers all over Asia, but the way fire was played with on Phi Phi was on a ...
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