Phi Phi Natural Resort
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... We boarded the boat and went to look at 'Viking Cave'. This got its name as around 200 hundred years ago they found Viking drawings and artefacts within the cave though since the 2004 tsunami, it is closed to visitors as it's unsafe. Intrigued about whether the Vikings actually did make it to Thailand, we did a little background reading online, though facts are sparse and difficult to find. Not entirely convinced about that one. Next we stopped at Phi ...
... film 'The Beach' and the beach in question is on the smaller of the two Phi Phi islands, a few kilometres away and we headed there for more snorkelling and to get a look at this beautiful place. The views we got travelling between the two were amazing and once we were floating in the famous bay and near the beach, we could see why it is so revered.
Completing the sea themed day, we ate at a nice seafood restaurant that evening and, as always, Hannah enjoyed picking the ...
... the guys wanted to head to the thai boxing bar. This is quite literally what it sounds like, anyone in the bar could pay 80 baht (about 2 pounds) to go into a boxing ring get kitted up and fight someone. Donny and Tom jumped at the chance, but after only two short rounds the fight was over and everyone was herded out of the bar, taking us a few minutes to realise what was going on. The islands tsunami warning was going off, the local ...
So we flew from Krabi to George Town on the island of Panang as we had heard so much about it we decided to stay for 4 nights. We really should stick to our rule of thumb and stick with two nights in each destination as this really was too long. We explored the 'Old Town' in an afternoon on bikes and the rest of the time was spent dodging the traffic that was relentless and taking our lives in our hands at every crossing. I can honestly say I have never ...
... hall, we had seen them being rushed from the plane even before we were. The taxi counter in the arrivals hall helps avoid all the hounding by numerous drivers and haggling over costs and we were soon being whisked into town. We haven't travelled that far up the coast from Penang, but it does have a different feel here. The writing styles are very different, the Thai writing being much more fluid than the straight lined Chinese style writing in Malaysia. ...