Phi Phi Natural Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... like a food poison. But she was suffering really hard and had to vomit every half an hour. So we decided to move to a hotel room with private bath room and a comfy bed. This helped her a lot and the next day she felt much better. So we moved back to our volunteer place and had a proper day of work ahead of us. Moving stuff around,rebuilding the bungalows and cleaning up the whole place were our main activities this day.
Until the next ...
It's time to enjoy the Thailand. We've met a friend of a friends from Brazilia, Diego, very nice guy that will continue the trip with us. Well, we arrived in Ko Phi Phi, one of the most famous islands of the country, and to tell the truth we got some time to understand why it was known that. First of all, natural beauty, nothing VERY surprising. But beautiful people along the way, a lot of people, and very beautiful people. At the night a lot of joy, for every corner, ...
... of the Greek party islands, except that is was overrun with chavy Eastern Europeans and Scandanavians instead of Brits. There was also a lot of rubbish just kind of dumped in stinking piles wherever there wasn't a building and I agree it smelt, you'd get wafts as you walked the streets. But and it's a big but, once you got out of the centre the main beach of Ao Dalam was beautiful, a long curve of white sand with crystal clear water, and thanks to just beating the onslaught ...
... And we sat on the sand outside two bars, 4 Play and Slinky. There was a big group of Thai beach locals, who were setting up the bars, they started talking to us telling us we should party at the bars that night, which we agreed too. Once the Thai guys finish setting up they all go down onto the beach for a huge game of football. The sunset was beautiful, it was amazing to watch them all playing and messing around beneath the red sky. This became a ...
... west to the Phra Nang Cave. The cave is shrouded in a legend of unknown origins, which leads local fisherman to make offerings to the drowned princess that gives the area its name. The beach that houses the cave is as gorgeous as is rumoured (having been voted one of the best in the world) so I'm excited to see the shrine in all its devout glory. When I get there, it is safe to say that I am nonplussed. It's a giant pile of wooden penises. And with this my suspicions are ...