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... can just see my curly hair going up in flames so I settle for this embarrassingly slow pace. I can feel the heat has it passes around my body in a circle. It's easy to run out too but I'm shaking when I return to Cody. Now it's Cody's turn. I wonder if he'll light his face on fire again. He runs in and they start to turn the rope faster for him. He is the only one who has gone fast at this bar so people start to cheer. When he tries to run out he trips over the rope ...
... day. The water festival was still going on so during the day on route to the beach, it's just a massive water fight in the streets! You can't avoid it so best to embrace it! When we got to the beach we got a jet ski for a blast around which was great then just relaxed before the night. The full moon party is on the beach, bars and stalls full of booze and up to 30,000 people! Quite a big beach party! Everyone gets painted up in uv paint and heads to the ...
... would recommend dropping by to soak up the sun and the party atmosphere.Most people visiting this Ko Phi Phi stay in the vicinity of Tonsai Village. Tonsai village is where the party is at with plenty of alcohol to go around, pumping music and gyrating revelers.Do not expect much sleep here, so it would be worthwhile to grab yourself a bucket and get stuck in. There are plenty of bars with their own themes. And if you’re feeling like the next Muay ...
... one of them is poorly so has been staying in bed! I'm going to treat myself to a pedicure after I shower to cheer myself up from my depressing day and then were going to get dinner and go out again tonight - if I see anyone wearing my denim rucksack or wearing my sunglasses though I think I will punch them in the face!!! Ha! Were going on a day trip tomorrow to maya bay and going snorkelling so I'm looking forward to that! :) Love to you all from Koh Phi Phi x Hostel; ...
... 1pm. We met one of our guides outside the travel agents, Dexter (from Zimbabwe) who took us to the main office where we met the rest of the tour guides and people. We ended up befriending an English couple, Kevin and Lucy from Brighton as well as a Canadian Couple and some Americans. We started off on a longboat where our main tour guide, Dave, told us about the island. We were leaving Koh Phi phi Don and was the larger of the islands whereas Koh Phi Phi Le was the ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Zeavola Resort Ko Phi Phi Don
This is a fantasy - it is a cross between Robinson Crusoe and cutting edge design - each bungalow is very private has a separate bath, as well as an indoor and an outdoor shower, pluse bamboo screens which electronically drop at the touch of a button for added privacy... My wife and i stayed five nights, and we would have stayed for a month if we could have....the food is excellent and the staff amazing. We went snorkelling/diving a number of times, and on other days, just relaxed by the beach. there are not very many bungalows. The spa was amazing and is upon a hillside overlooking the resort.....this resort is only accessible by boat (one hour from krabi by speedboat ran about 80 dollars US), and is on a private beach shared with only three other resorts...none of them too large so the beach was usually quiet.... there is also a saltwater pool which we used each day which was lovely. Note that only a few of the bungalows have an ocean view, and those give up the privacy which made this place so magical, so I would skip the ocean view. This place was truly magical, with candles lit upon the beach at night, and every care attended to... this would be the ideal 5 star honeymoon getaway for those that shun the large institutional hotels and instead prefer privacy and style. We can't wait to return
This is a fantastic place to stay. A bit on the expensive side but given a 2:1 special (not from the hotel website as they add the 17% service and tax) during August made it average 6100B/Nt for a Garden room. The location, beautiful rooms, unique grounds, and staff all added to the experience. The rooms have two different styles - one having the outdoors sitting area attached to the end and the other has it in the middle with the bathroom at one end. THis makes the bathroom more private from the room but you do have to go outside moving from the bathroom to the bedroom. The only negative was the restaraunt staff. We frequently received the wrong food (as apparently did many others with waiters wandering around for someone to claim a plate) and during dinner I finished my dinner before the other person's even arrived. I think they forgot as my dessert never appeared either. The food was very good when it did get there (about 75% success rate). Garden View rooms 32-34 appeared to have the best view (partial) of the sea while the rest have either a pool view or garden. There are only 3 seafront rooms. Do take a sea kyak and paddle around the north point for some great snorkeling and scenery. Free use of mask/fins/snorkel/kyak. Seafront loungers go quickly in the morning.
II read about Zeavola in travel books and had the opportunity to browse their website before heading off to Thailand this past June/July. I had my heart set on staying at Zeavola, but it was a little out of my price range. Before traveling to Koh Phi Phi , I called the reservations manager who offered me a bungalow for a lot less than what is advertised on the website (I was traveling in LOW season). I booked the bungalow on the spot.
My Husband and I just celebrated our 8th Anniversary at Zeavola and it was perfect! Even though it was supposed to be the rainy season, we enjoyed 5 days of perfect sunshine.
Wir waren im Mai 2006 für 4 Nächte im Zeavola und hatten einen tollen, entspannenden Aufenthalt! Das Design der Villas ist fabelhaft, alles, was man braucht verpackt im gemütlichen, ländlichen Thai-Design ... d. h. Klimaanlage, DVD, TV, Moskitonetz, offene Terrasse ... Frühstück war super, man braucht gar nicht zum Büffet zu gehen; bestellen Sie einfach, was Sie möchten, aus einer schönen Auswahl von zumeist westlichen Frühstücksspeisen. Der Pool ist ziemlich einfach, aber da der Ozean nur 10 Meter entfernt ist, ist das auch egal. Feiner weißer Sand und ja, es gibt einige laute Longtail-Boote, aber so schlimm ist es wirklich nicht. Ziemlich lang mit ca. 4 Hotelanlagen, die sich über 500 m erstrecken. Außerdem gibt es eine kleines thailändisches Fischlokal (Jasmin.... sehr einfach, aber sehr gut!!!), für diejenigen, die nicht 800 Baht für ein Gericht im Hotelrestaurant bezahlen wollen. Schwedischer Tauchlehrer, schnorcheln kann man direkt vom Strand aus. Freundliches Personal. Wunderbare Umgebung fürs Abendessen, am Strand bei Vollmond mit Kerzen und Lichtern .... sooooo romantisch. Wir hatten ein gutes Angebot im Internet von 5500 Baht für eine Village Suite; schlagen Sie zu, bevor die Preise erhöht werden --- große Eröffnung ist Ende Mai (2006). Sehr empfehlenswert!!!
We had an incredible time at Zeavola. The rooms are beautiful and very comfortable with the emphasis on the outdoors - the bathroom and undercover living areas looked over a tropical garden and it was so peaceful and relaxing! I loved the small touches - they put a stuffed turtle and penguin on our bed at night and lit lovely scents in the bathroom when we came back from dinner. They also left us a framed photograph from our arrival to the hotel which is such a lovely souvenir.
We stayed at the Zeavola for 4 nights in May 2006 and we had a great relaxing time there! Villas are designed fabulously, everything you need packed in cosy rural Thai design ... that means A/C, DVD, TV, mosquita net, open terrace ...
Cannot believe there are so few reviews and cannot believe the other reviewer was so little impressed by the resort.
This new luxury resort is big on promotion and marketing as we'd read about it in just about every publication possible from CN Traveller to Time magazine to Harpers to the International Herlad Tribune. None of the articles of course mention that of the 52 villas only about 20 are complete, that only one for the two restaurants is operative and that the spa is not open yet... But that is why you get pre-opening prices and deals!