Ton Sai Village Resort
Travel Blogs from Ko Phi Phi Don
... it was a gorgeous day. The idea quickly formed in our heads that we could hire a longtail boat to rush us over to Maya Bay (which takes about 30 minutes), and we could definitely check it out in time. I was stoked. Of course, the longtail wasn't cheap (1500 baht, about 50 bucks), but when you gotta go, you gotta go. The opportunity presented itself. So we hop in the boat, start zooming over there, and when we are like halfway there, a huge rainstorm hits us. ...
... rope. Nothing like burning the hair off your face 6 days into your vacation. My mother would not approve of this activity. But he is fine. They then move to flaming limbo and jumping through a flaming hoop. Cody tells me to go. Thanks, but I'm not a circus tiger. I especially don't want to after I've watched so many people eat **** jumping rope and jumping through the hoop. I saw a couple people catch their clothes on fire. After watching hippies ...
... food. Cosmic offers both Thai and Western at reasonable prices (BHT 100 and more), otherwise get food in the street stalls (from BHT 60).
Nightlife & Drinking
Phi Phi Island is the right place to be if you want to party. Every day the beach lights on fire with lots of people, drinks and fire shows (don’t try it!); the party beach is the opposite one to the pier. Buckets start at BHT 150, beer in the supermarket BHT 52 for a large ...
... t mind that I made my update to them my blog entry!!
Facebook vs Blog
So I had a little thing recently with Facebook about posting self congratulatory tidbits of my life and how superficial and narcissistic that was feeling. And how unrealistic a picture I was painting of myself through my postings on Facebook. Bottom line, I am simply not as cool and happy as I make myself out to be on Facebook. It bothered me and made me feel bad for misrepresenting myself... ...
... deserted, other than the small market along the harbour. Rubbish is everywhere and building fronts and gateways are dirty. The smell in the air as we walk is a powerfully potent mix of sewage, rubbish, stagnant warmth and freshly cooked food – an unusual and unique blend!
The ferry is basically an old wooden cargo boat with two decks; the lower dedicated to food transport to the islands and the top left open with slim mattresses laid out along both sides for ...
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