Phi Phi Natural Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... minute boat ride south (or 20-minute walk) from the main Tonsai pier, with its own private beach and small bay for residents. The accommodation here consists of authentic luxury bamboo huts... And wow, was ours luxury! We had one of the more superior suites, on the top floor via large wooden steps, with a hammock and balcony just outside our door! We could see down to the ocean, but unfortunately there were too many trees in the way for a really great view. Oh well... First things ...
... paid member of staff, everyone else is a volunteer, mainly tourists by the looks of it. Things seem to be run properly, the cats have someone to play and the dogs are split up into packs and have an outdoor pen each to chill out. Some of the dogs are released on the island again after being cared for and sterilised but most dogs are offered for adoption which is great to think they'll get a new home to care for them, many go abroad to ...
... bleary eyed we headed for the beach to cool off and recover in the fresh air. The contrast between the morning and when had been in the afternoon the previous day was surprising; the tide further out you were able to walk for hundreds of metres from the shore and be less than your waist in the water but also the busy feel wasn't there with people obviously still in bed. It was nice to be able to relax and perhaps see how Phi Phi used to be when it got its paradise tag. ...
... occurrence most nights for us and because we'd stayed on the island for 4 nights the locals became very good friends of ours! Ruby being the only name we can remember but his little fire gang were super nice and they looked after us. Even when the bars closed we hungout with the locals and ate food with them. They spoke amazing English and were very aware they'd be seeing us on the beach the next day hungover and ready for the sunset! So what else did we ...
... They looked gorgeous. Mum was not convinced as I was to pay for a show to see them dance. Hopefully I can convince her next time. I also met Lala a monkey that is being used as a tourist attraction to take photos with for a fee. We did as promised go to the message parlour, but mum's face caught a bit of sun and we decided to not let Tata and Ada use us as climbing frames tonight, with red shoulders, but we will persevere tomorrow eve with our promise. What will tomorrow ...