The Nantra De Deluxe
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... duration outside on the deck taking in the glorious scenery around me. Islands aren't just average islands around here. They consist of massive rock formations of all shapes and sizes and just remarkable land masses if you ask me. I sat and chatted to a couple of people along the way and everyone was beyond ecstatic to see this place for themselves. When you see Thailand's beaches in movies or magazines, it's typically the Phi Phi Islands. I was like the kid on board asking, "Are ...
... br> Andthe climbwas well worth it for the view. You could see right across Krabi province. You could see Phi Phi island in the far distance over the Andaman sea. The view over the farside was the limestone mountains and pure jungle area. With the monkeys swinging in the tree's it was a lovely relaxing atmosphere.
By now more people had arrived. We decided to make our way down but the monkeys had now moved and was sat on the stairs by a bin. It appeared one of the baby's ...
I never thought that I'd care if the wifi was down. How did I manage to travel the globe for fifty years without a device on which I could check how much money was still in my dwindling bank account or how to locate a suitable hostelry. Anyway we had a Phil Collins day. Another day in Paradise (should that be with a capital)? We scootered to the far reaches of the ...
... free hand. This made us wonder exactly who he might be talking too. Inevitably there was a group of young boys, one of whom had managed to wind at least 3 people`s worth of string around his hand threatening to bring the whole intricate web down with a crash.
The whole experience was frankly exhilarating but at the same time soothing. This was partly due to the whole place being spotlessly clean and painted in brilliant white. The staircase leading up ...
... Pileh bay, a hidden enclave surrounded by huge cliffs. Next up was Maya bay, where the movie, The Beach, was filmed. And you can see why. The beach, the water, the limestone rocks...amazing. These days, the beach is packed with boats and tourists but we found a small spot to lie on and of course took a swim in the crystal waters. We also went to the main islands of Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Ley. Some other places we saw on the way were Chicken island and Sausage rock, more funny ...