Arayaburi Resort - Phi Phi Island
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... our bearings. Despite feeling tired from the hike to Freedom beach the previous day, we decided to tackle the Phi Phi viewpoint. Having read many reviews that said this journey was a hard slog, we weren't looking forward to it. The hike up to the viewpoint was pretty intense but made better by the fact we journeyed up around five; it was cooler and hopefully we'd make it up in time for sunset. Surprisingly, it only took us about twenty minutes to get ...
... head to snorkel we realised this was our one chance to embark on an organised boat trip with snorkelling included and it be worthwhile- it was so clear it could be amazing. The weather had been patchy and overcast so it made sense to find the best spots today while we could- we headed for a travel agent and booked on for the afternoon trip. Five quid each.
It was a great tour and besides the stop off to feed some vicious macaque monkeys, it was a well scheduled trip and ...
... for a very long time. Back on the mainland after saying goodbye to Richard we got ready and went out for dinner with the girls we met on the boat. We went to a really good Mexican restaurant, and the girls told us all about their time working on a Disney cruise ship. We decided to flap another night out as we both felt super rough, so we went back to the room. Turns out you can't physically sleep before 2am at Stones hostel because the music is so loud it vibrates the walls :) :) :) ...
... two days. He was a bit of a strange one and I really did not take to him as he talked at us constantly and kept calling us sir and mam! We did ask him to call us by our first names but he kept reverting back. The best we got was 'Mr Lick and Mrs Licky'. We just had to be satisfied with this. So the following two days were spent trekking through the most beautiful landscape I have ever seen with all the terraced rice fields. I had to shut myself off from the verbal onslaught of ...
... Christmas accommodation, we hadn't sorted travel or anywhere else to stay. So we perused the guide book, looked at maps and where trains, boats and buses run and worked out how we would get from where we are to where we are spending Christmas and New Year. Accommodation was simple, booking that online, either directly with guesthouses or through agents is a doddle. Travel in Thailand however is still more of an ad-hoc, cash in hand ...