Ton Sai Village Resort
Travel Blogs from Ko Phi Phi Don
... which we thoroughly enjoyed after a week of eating bland food due to being ill. We tipped the staff, which we rarely do, as we were so impressed with the service and they seemed so grateful, thanking us and bowing their heads. We found everyone to be very friendly on Phi Phi and the area to be full of secluded beaches. Despite getting whiffs of sewage smells and stray, ill looking cats around the island, we're glad we spent a lot of time here to soak up the sun, sea, beautiful beaches and ...
... the bars. We thought we were getting a deal with the 2 for 1, but it seemed like they just doubled the price you pay other places. Oh well. We got ours seats and our buckets and watched two young women kick things off in the ring. They were pretty timid, but it was still fun to watch. Next up were 2 guys and they were a bit more aggressive. The third bout was between 2 pre-teen Thai boys. They went three rounds and beat on each other pretty good. ...
... by far the largest population of visitors on the islands!. No boats are unaccounted for these days and there are standard minimum prices applied by every company so no free lance boatmen to haggle with anymore.
The trip was pretty cool. We didn't see any sharks at shark point so I may start a petition for it to be renamed and the snorkeling was pretty average there but the rest was great. Mosquito island is about half an hour away and has a pretty decent reef there off ...
High speed boat for about 40 minutes, seems to be absolute chaos with storing the luggage. Reach the island and offload on to long tails mid ocean to go to the individual resorts. Miraculously the bags are on our boat. Not much of a road on the Island. First impression of Sun Smile is great, very nice beach, bungalows overlooking the sea, restaurant with a view of the bay. Well to cut a long story short, the one night turned into six, we used the Jum to Lanta boat ticket to return ...
... them and he managed to rip the label off the water bottle. You couldn't help but find them cute although we had been warned that they can bite. I dragged Ross away, who just wanted to hang out with the monkeys, and we continued up. We frequently stopped to catch our breath. We passed some young monks in orange on their way up. Every now and then you saw the number on a post of where you were up ...
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