Saying Good Bye to our friends at the Mango Pancake Hut. At the beach waiting to get a kayak. Picture of our 'hotel' from the kayak. Picture of the 'hotel' from the kayak. Bye Koh Phagnan. (At the pier waiting to catch Lompraya). Fried chicken!
We woke up and headed to the beach to have mango pancakes! Next we headed to Thong Sala to rent a scooter and check out the rest of the island. Riding in Chaloklum. Having lunch in Chaloklum. mmm
Kudah getting in his early morning reading on our patio overlooking the pool and ocean. Mango Pancakes! Beach time. Swimming. More swimming. The elephants over by the pool. Thai massage at the spa. Relaxing after my Thai massage. Lunch. Our balcony. Drinks at Rasta.
After waking up to a bad hangover, we managed to get to catch our flight to Koh Samui. We're almost there. Take a look at the bird's eye view of the island. On the Disneyland-like shuttle from the airplane to the terminal. After
Today, we skipped the Sheraton Boat and for 13 Baht, boarded the local taxi boat. Monks on the boat. Kudah standing in the reserved Space for Monks. Getting lost on our way to S&P. Cold Coffee at S&P. Durien
We arrived in Bangkok late on the 6th and checked into the Sheraton Royal Orchid. We spent the afternoon checking out the city. Siam Paragon was the fancy mall, which contained a Starbucks, McDonalds, and a number of other establishments. Ronald
I was a little skeptical about dining in the hotel for breakfast, but it turned out to be a nice little restaurant surrounded by a pond and greenery. Princess Koko had a boy today, so the front page of the newspaper
We started out early to head to the Fish Market. We hit the morning rush on the JR. After inaccurate navigation on the JR and local subway lines (they are not linked), we caught a cab and headed to Tjukiji Fish
We started off the day at Shinagawa Station, in an attempt to purchase our first pair of tickets for the JR. Once off the train, we paid a visit to the Lucky Dog at Shibuya. Is Kudah a police officer in Shibuya? Sipping