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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... different, the one thing I can say is that they say in all the reports that they have sent over numerous members of the police from the main land and that they are patrolling the island. I can honestly say if you didn't know about this incident and stepped on the island you still would have no idea, I've not seen one member of the police in the town or on the beach. As awful as it sounds other than the fact the beach is quiet you would have no idea that this has even happened ...
... there until sunrise, and there were still so many people left when I went back to my hostel.. Insane! The party took place on a beach, the whole beach was only accessible by the people that came for the party. Five different areas with different music styles and dozens of food stands. If you were tired of dancing, there were enough places to chill. Of course while drinking one of the famous buckets. I liked the island so much ...
... of Thai food the last few days! It's been a chilled day but just what we needed after a hectic week! Our second couple of days in Koh Tao we spent chilling again, we've begun to realise this is the diving hotspot so our only option was to spend a bit of time walking around and attempting to find viewpoints and to enjoy the sun at the pool. There are also a lot of English people, it's been hard to get used to! I did enjoy koh Tao but very excited to move on to phi phi ...
I was very apprehensive about doing the 3 day detox and doing yoga 2 times a day. I was not sure if my body could cope. However this trip was about starting fresh and the detox was a great way to start. To prepare for the detox we had two days of eating raw food, this was ********* me then not eating. All the cabbage caused severe bloating in me and made me very uncomfortable. Also there was not much variety in the raw food menu and this really ...
... Avenue - the guesthouse we'd loved when previously in Tao. Unfortunately they had no beds available so we settled for somewhere cheaper just down the road. After a toastie or two and a coconut shake for old time's sake, we sought information for how to reach Chiang Mai from Koh Tao. Chiang Mai is right up in the north of Thailand so we knew we were in for a long, and probably uncomfortable journey. The best value ticket we found was the ...