GLOW Elixir Koh Yao Yai
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Today was up early, 9am which is actually not nearly early on Thai time timings!!! Walked to Phranang Cave Beach which was beautiful and quiet when I got there. A lovely gentleman escorted me through the collection of monkeys who were throwing rubbish everywhere! Looking forward to going back to the beach to walk across the shallow walkway to another island and to explore the lagoon! This afternoon we discovered the Diamond Cave (mostly just bats and a really sketchy walkway through ...
I haven't written much for the past few days because apart from saying "I've gone out, I've got wasted, I've woken up with a volleyball and some odd flip-flops", there really isn't anything to report. Today however I booked to go onto a tour of phi phi which included cliff jumping (of course I watched) and just touring around the islands natural beauty. We also swam with plankton in the dark. We went to the real beach too! Well, the beach where the film ...
... in to a 7 islands tour for the afternoon as the clouds seemed to have parted. Well they only took a break I guess as only 10 minutes into our boat ride did it start to rain again. It can't always be sunshine and rainbows. So when you can't dance in the rain you float! This is exactly what I did. Amazing how warm the water was and cool the rain on my face. One of those moments were you cannot help but smile and be happy because despite the rain I was in the most ...
... etc. Music blares until 3, sometimes 5 am and its everyone's first complaint about Phi Phi, those who are not here purely to party anyway. This is the island that got worst devastation from the tsunami. It was completely stripped down to nothing. Which, in a way, is how its meant to be, just a purely beautiful island. But they rebuilt everything and now its ugly again, hmm. There are so many English people here. Like skanky horrible party people. I ...
... by a very small woman, usually a Chinese couple actually) we spotted them.
After our reunion it was off out to show them around the island and then to the beach followed by a trip up to the view point to watch the sunset. The view point was a lot further and a lot steeper to climb than we first imagined but after much puffing and panting (not us youngsters we run up it like spring chickens ;)) we made it and watched the sun set from ...