Phi Phi The Beach Resort
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... a spot of snorkelling. This was really cool as there were bright coloured schools of fish everywhere. The water was so clear here we could see them before we even got our heads under. Finally we made it to Maya bay; a national park with protected status. This explains why they only allow one tourist boat in the bay overnight and why you're no longer allowed to camp. The beach was out of this world. Words cannot even come close to describing the ...
... the fine selection on ice outside the front. Amazing a meal for two like this here costs less than a tenner including beers. An evening of cards with the twins and a few more drinks in the bars of Phi Phi followed before we headed home after a long, fun filled day.
That next morning I got some fantastic news- I learnt I'd become an uncle overnight as my sister in law Maggie had gone into labour the night before back in the UK and by the time I turned my phone on that ...
... were heading uphill carrying suitcases and water tanks. Suddenly I realised I had lost Scarlett, Alex and I had been separated and we had no idea where we were. We decided to head back the way we came when donny came sliding down the side of a hillside shouting our names, James Bond style. Scarlett was waiting for me relieved at the top of some steps. We waited for about half an hour until we decided to call it a night hoping their was no tsunami. ...
... so many roads literally run! Well this town has been slightly saved as we did go to an amazing 'curry festival' this really was my idea of an afternoon from heaven as we got to sample lots of different dishes and watch a cookery competition of a master chef standard. Nick enjoyed the tasting bit too. The best bit was you didn't even have to pay to get in. Oh forgot to mention I bought a new phone - samsung galaxy s5 and is so much cheaper than the UK as ...
... much more relaxed aswell, partly because it's not a city, but also the Thai culture is generally more laid back. Once again the taxi driver didn't really know where the hotel was, but drop in the vicinity. I was about to walk into one place before kirsty called out and said it was actually next door. The lady on the front desk looked confused when I said I had a reservation and told her my name. I pulled up the reservation form on my phone which is when ...