Arayaburi Resort - Phi Phi Island
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... will be pleased to know it has been fairly full on. It is good timing that we are now in Thailand for a few days, pure relaxation and a dramatic change in temperature.
It is strange that we have travelled such a long distance and yet this ...
... we could tell would be a lot less busy that Phi Phi. We got dropped at our cool hostel which was located in a small, hippy village with a very laid back vibe. After a swim on the beach, which was literally 2 seconds away, we enjoyed the amazing sunset. For dinner we ate at a local cheap street food stall which was selling the best Thai Green Curry in the whole of Thailand for just £1! Armed with shop bought drinks (the money-savers we are) we headed down to the beach ...
... STUNNING. Even with quite a few people around, you can still take in the scenery... Swimming out and looking back at the beach, picturing it in the film. It really did look the same! In the film, the bay is digitally retouched so as to create a totally enclosed bay with no opening... Whereas here, in real life, there is a small opening through which you can easily enter and exit the bay. But obviously for the film... They wanted to create this small community completely cut ...
... islands are much better.
We where very lucky to stop in the middle of the ocean to snorkel for over two hours (at different times) and saw some amazing fish and wildlife under the water... :)))))
We passed Chicken Island (I don't think my picture shows it that good?) and this is pretty cool and onto monkey bay...
Its really was nice and the snorkeling was fantastic. Whilst out at sea we saw a sting ray and millions of different fish, ...
... 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 ...