Lanta River Sand Bungalow
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... the remainder of the evening on our deck before turning in for the night.
Old Town is already starting to feel like home and we're so glad that we made this decision to explore life in a place so different than what we're used to back home. Although this lifestyle is much simpler, we're excited to see how things go, not having many of the comforts that we're so used to. I can't wait to explore the island more and see what it has to offer!
... island. We got off the boat and were herded like cattle into a small jeep. 11 of us managed to squeeze in. It took a good 30 minutes to reach our resort which turned out to be very nice indeed. We chose a standard room which set us back £7 each. It was a very sunny afternoon, and we capitalised on this by hitting the sun loungers overlooking the beach. I'm afraid to say, the beach was very disappointing. The amount of rubbish strewn absolutely everywhere ...
... fine sand that squeaks when you walk on it.
I really wanted to scuba dive here but due to the partying till 2 or 3am every night I could not get up in time for the 7:30am diving. Next time I will stay at a quiet hostel. This island is very cool and you can hike to a look out that takes about an hour up hill and cost 20 baht. I will definitely return to this island ...
... doing two dives around the islands of Ko Haa, seeing lots of fish including a moray eel - apparently he's never been to this dive site and not seen at least one! I was excited, as I've never seen one before, and although aggressive looking with the way they open their mouths and expose their teeth (this is how they breathe), they're actually very placid. Ko Haa was just over half an hour away by speed boat. We kitted up just before arriving, so we were ready to take the 'giant stride' ...
... realised if we weren't back after fifteen minutes or so, that we had got lost. We ended konking out - but wow I got eaten alive in the night. I woke up (not only with a massive hangover) but also with three massive bites on my back - I think they were bed bugs as opposed to Mosquitos. Ouch. Anyway, all in all, we had a fantastic first day in Phi Phi! Ellen and Adam were lovely, so we had such a good laugh, and a great night. I can't wait for ...