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Ton Sai development (not routes) 25-Feb-2007 At 8:26:03 PM brat
I climbed at Phi Phi in December 2006, lots of work has been done there, thanks! Ton Sai 2004, much prefer the crag at Ton Sai.

Dived in the mornings and tried to climb in the afternoons, tiredness from nitrogen was a downer, but what a beaut way to belt yourself up! :o)

The touristy area of Phi Phi was a sewer, smelt like one and was full of feral Caucasians, reminded me of Oa Nang without the traffic!

My favourite place in the world to live would be on the outskirts of Krabi town with access to my own boat!

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