Stayed in Ko Phi Phi from 29th November to 4th December and would probably say so far it has been our favourite place. Had a long day of travelling to get from Koh Samui to Ko Phi Phi, we set off from our bungalows at 6.30am and after a few buses and boats we got the Phi Phi about 4.45pm! They don't have any cars on Phi Phi so a little man from where we were staying pushed our bags in a little cart all the way! After the cockroach incident in Samui we decided to stay somewhere a bit nicer for our first night. We stayed at the Phitharom PP Resort which was absolutely gorgeous!!! Our room was right at the top of the hill and even though there were hundreds of steps the view was amazing from our room!!!! Went out that night and met some English guys and so partied the night away with them, had our first taste of local Thai Whisky called Sangsom, went down well but gave us a bit of a headache the next day.Our next day we moved on to stay at Kinnaree House which was bit cheaper but had a great central location. Had a quiet day and just wandered the beach in the afternoon. Had a couple of drinks that night at a beach bar called Carlitos, every night they do a fires how which was impressive. The day after this was spent mostly on the beach and we came back a bit red so had a day out of it the following day!!! Both nights we had some lovely food, ranging from local Thai café to a Mexican and went for a few drinks along the beach bars. On our last full day in Phi Phi we did a day long island hopping boat tour. Was a really good day and saw all of Phi Phi Ley (smaller of the two islands and is uninhabited) stopping at Maya Bay where the Beach was filmed. This beach is so beautiful but seems a bit spoilt by all us tourists there visiting it. Also snorkelled around here, lots of fish to see! Also went to a place called Shark Point, Monkey Beach, went past Mosquito Island but didn't stop (!) and then finally to Bamboo island. We got a Kayak over to the beach at Bamboo island from our big boat which was easy on the way there but much harder work on the way back when the tide and wind were against us!! We had met 4 Australians and a Scottish girl during the trip and went for a drink with them to watch the sunset when we got back to shore. In the evening we saw two local boys in a Thai Kickboxing fight at the Reggae bar. They then try to get the drinkers up to fight each other with the tempting offer of a free bucket!!! Unfortunately it wasn't enough of a temptation for us!!!