Phi Phi Natural Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... a box with a tail and two huge google eyes! We done a few more stops for snorkelling including a stop at mosquito island to snorkel, but that place wasn't very good! The one place I was dreading going was monkey beach, I did not want to get out of the boat! They were the horrible marquees that pinch your stuff and wanting to scratch you or show their rabi infested teeth! I reluctantly got out the boat but stayed in the water, people were getting close and feeding ...
... for me, and I'm itching to start the U.K./Europe leg – especially getting back to Edinburgh to see Daz and the rest of the crew. I’m not complaining about this trip, but after an Aussie ...
... and made the most amazing views everywhere you looked. We couldn't believe our eyes! Once we had gotten settled in went out for dinner to a wee restaurant on the beach, which happened to be where Josh and Danielle had chosen too. Once we had finished dinner, the Americans joined us for the rest of the night, watching fire shows and trying to find ice cream. The only downside to our night was that the later it got the more seedy it became. It was like being in Magaluf! ...
... to massive tide changes with at least 500 meters of beach intermittently under and out of water. There were lots of tourist activity desks offering tours. I enquired about scuba diving, but I was a little reluctant based on my last bad experience. However, I found there was absolutely no shortage of dive shops. I ended up booking a snorkel tour for the afternoon.
The snorkel tour took off in a small long-tail boat. We first stopped at ...
... motor boat. After we were all aboard it was time to head straight off to our first spot of the day.
We headed away from the main island, Koh Phi Phi Don (where the boat wharf was), and headed towards Koh Phi Phi Leh which was the smaller of the islands but was protected with no accommodation on the island. Heading around to the right hand side of the island we travelled in a anti-clockwise direction going past a very tall spear looking like limestone cliff which ...