So the last blog ended as we arrived in Ao Nang, Krabi. We are now in Melbourne. Oops.. We’ve been a few places in between so this post will just wizz through our last week in Thailand. Our accommodation in Noppharat Beach, Ao Nang was so serene & exactly what we were after. It was… Continue reading packing up in phuket.
After an amazing few days in Chiang Mai, we bid a bitter sweet farewell as we boarded our overnight coach back to Bangkok. The city of Chiang Mai was of a different kettle of fish to Bangkok, it held our favourite memories of this trip so far. We both promise to visit again, one day… Continue reading bliss bungalows on the beach.
One of things I was most excited about when planning our trip was visiting the Elephant Sanctuary. It’s been something I’ve wanted to do for such a long time, I was elated the day was here. We were picked up from our hotel at 8.30am and drove for about 90 minutes into the mountains, the… Continue reading the elephants & their sanctuary.
Chiang Mai is a city in mountainous northern Thailand. We were lucky enough to visit Chiang Mai during Loi Krathong (known locally as Yi Peng). A festival held every year on the full moon of the 12th month of the traditional Thai lunar calendar. The city was heaving. On our first day, we set out to explore… Continue reading Chiang Mai; Loi Krathong.
We still haven’t got over how cheap Thailand is, but finally over the jetlag. On Friday we took the train from our hostel a few stops to the pier where we boarded a river express boat. The boat was packed and there was absolutely no existence of ‘traffic control’ on the river, however it was… Continue reading temples & trains.
Since I can remember I have always wanted & loved to travel. I was brought up regularly moving homes and towns from Germany & all over the U.K before finally residing just outside Glasgow. This was due to the nature of my fathers job. When I was young I never realised how great this opportunity… Continue reading the travelling bug.