Railay Princess Resort and Spa
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and families to explore. Railay beach is on the East side of the province (aka budget tourist side), and the West side for those who have more than two baht to rub together. Sleep in East side, venture to the West side by day for prettier sights. The East side brings cheap accomodation but also welcomes open sewers, construction work and an urgency to escape to the West side.
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The first thing we did when we got to our room was strip off into our bikinis and head to the pool. We jumped in, swam around for a little bit and realised the sun was set and we were a bit chilly. We headed back to the room about 10 minutes later lol. We got dressed and went for dinner down a place called walking street. This street leads onto the west side beach which is known for its beauty. There were candles on the beach and the view just took our breath ...
It was so exciting to have Natalie come back! I met her at the pier with her mum, Sue, who then went off to her luxury hotel while we went back to our bungalow. It wasn't that bad, it let a bit of wildlife in though; geckos, big beetles, and a snake once! I showed Natalie a bit of the island but she'd only had 4 hours sleep the night before her early boat, so she napped. The next day I finally got to venture out of the close knit busy center, to ...
... to the beach to find a boat. Turns out we have missed the ferry so we have to take a long tail boat which takes over an hour to get there, they are definitely not designed for comfort! Arriving in Phi Phi we set off to find our accommodation, we assume we will just catch a taxi and find it no problem. We couldn't have been more wrong. We walk off the beach into the bustling streets of phi phi where you are constantly watching out for bikes ...
... while a storm raged and cut out the power. Again it was part of the backlash from the typhoon, which was quite scary at one point at just how much it was raining. By the next day it had all cleared up and the sun was shining again. We climbed to the viewpoint so we could see all of Phi Phi from up above, the climb to the top was quite an effort but so worth it when we eventually got there. The view was incredible and we sat there in a state of blissful calm, eating ...