Red Ginger Chic Resort
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... says! I believe he can sleep anywhere!) Pulling up into Koh Phi Phi, the water was crystal blue, it was gorgeous! Surrounded by limestone islands and rocks with trees and shrubbery growing out of it. Just by arriving at the pier we were surprised, we assumed that there was hardly anything on the island, heard that we had to walk through water waist high to get on to the actual island. The lonely planet book even lied and said that there weren't any ATMs; we arrived to loads ...
Elizabeth's Book Report
Title: A Million Shades of Gray
Author: Cynthia Kadohata
Copyright date: 2010
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing Division
Cynthia Kadohata is an award-winning Japanese -American children's author who has written many books and short stories. This is the first book I have read by her.
When the ...
... sun. That was a feat in itself. Well, as fish breeding is probably the same all over the world, I’ll just upload a few photos to show that the complex was extensive and colourful. I think they specialized it tropical fish like Nemo, soft corals, some crustations and gropers, all salt water fish. It was a bit hard to tell some of them, as we couldn’t read the signs.
... had fun. After thailand I'm not scared of rain. The next stop koh poda island. For those who wanted too, they could go cliff jumping. Before we were even told what we could do there, ian and I were off.. No flippers, no snorkels.. We went swimming to the little beach between the rocks, it was so beautiful with water that was as clear as bath water, it was only us that went - it truly was something special. We must have swam 200m round trip. ...
... and there was no dodgy music of beeping horns! We got to Ao Nang and found Joelle an interesting place to stay, our room looked like a shop as the whole front of it was made of glass (it was really tricky to get a cheap room for 3 people). We only stayed there for one night until we headed to the party island of Ko Phi Phi. Joelle fit right in as a traveller with her pink patent suitcase, that everyone carried round for her whilst me and chel were ...