Koyao Island Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... dinner we met up with some fellow backpackers and ate at Anna's restaurant, which had the best green curry I've ever tasted. Once 9:00 hit the beach was transformed to a dance floor with fire torches and club music. The games bar was lots of fun featuring drunk Jenga and a beer pong table, which we quickly made into a flip up surface. As the night went on the tide got lower and the beach grew. The following day we set out for Bob's booze cruise, a must do if you're in Koh Phi ...
... to our destination - Koh Yao Noi.
We booked our accommodation the day before over the phone and when we arrived we had a nice bungalow on the hill, overlooking the sea, waiting for us. There was an impressive looking spider that had made its web just outside our bungalow.
The people who ran the place, Don and Ra, we're exceptionally kind, friendly and helpful. Becky wasn't feeling great on the first night and Don brought some medicine up to ...
... alleys, so no cars or motorbikes to deal with. Just a lot of people walking or riding bicycles. Our hotel was a little bit away from all the bars so we were pretty happy about that. It seemed nice enough. It was pricey, but every place to stay in Phi Phi is pricey. After checking in, we walked around for a bit to find the beach and the bars/restaurants. It was pretty easy to get around. That night we got some local food at a nice restaurant and ...
So basically we hate Koh Pang - but I am sure it's nice somewhere on the island but not as nice as Koh Tao are fav island so far! So we got up at 6 o'clock and headed for the ferry, which was a fast and bumpy ride in a tuck but surely woke us up. Once we got to the pier we hoped on the ferry and we were out of there - in Koh Pang for just 24 hours! The journey took about 10 hours - a 4 hour ferry followed by a 3 hour bus then one more ferry ride for 3 hours - ...
... think, do i ever have my own?). She was ready to let it go for 300 but then i got her down to 250 with a catch: commit for 5 nights. Spur of the moment decision, i said yes, we shook hands and now here we are.
We got a motorbike straight away because downtown next to the pier is the cheapest place to get food and supplies. The east part of the island (where we are now) has bungalows and more fancy restaurants. The community here is made mostly of muslim ...