Three Days in Bangkok – tranquil temples, amazing street food and vibrant nightlife
With all the major international flights coming in and out of this bustling city, Bangkok makes for a great jumping off point. We spent two nights here at start of the trip and one night at the end, including New
Krabi is often a jumping off point for tourists headed to the neighbouring islands of Koh Lanta or Koh Phi Phi. For us, it was also a destination in its own right. Krabi is home to world class rock
Koh Phi Phi is an archipelago of six islands filled with jaw dropping scenery - limestone cliffs, soft white sand, crystal clear turquoise waters and a lush jungle interior. Of the six islands, Phi-Phi Don is the only one
I had always wanted to visit Chiang Mai to get a flavour of Northern Thailand. It is known for its breathtaking landscapes, hundred of temples and cafe culture. With our short two week Thailand itinerary, we really only had
This city while once dependent on its waterways for transport, has grown and is filled with top restaurants, nightlife and shopping centers. Of course, the city's main attractions are still palaces and temples though. We had three days to soak
When we thought about ending our holiday on the beach, we really debated where to go - Ngapali Beach in Myanmar? Phuket? Krabi? Phi Phi? Despite how touristy Phuket has become, we decided it was a good option primarily because
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.