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Tarutao National Park Thailand

After having an amazing time on the quiet island of Ko Chang I was looking for a similar island experience for my last stop in Thailand. I had asked some people on Ko Chang, who have travelled Thailand extensively, for some suggestions and they said I had to go to Tarutao National Park. Not only […]

Tonsai: Hidden Gem of Krabi Peninsula

The Krabi Peninsula is no secret. It is another picturesque location on Thailands Andaman Coast. It is also quick and easy to get to from Phuket which is where many package tourists fly into and spend much of their time. However most people who do make the journey end of staying in Railay or Railay […]

Ko Chang Ranong: Settling into Island Life

The weeks preceding my arrival in Ko Chang I had been moving pretty quickly and seeing a lot so I was ready to find somewhere to stay for a little longer and just relax. I had heard that Ko Chang Ranong was a little known island with very little development, no resorts and not even […]

Phang Nga Bay and James Bond Island

Perhaps one of the most impressive sights in all of Thailand, Phang Nga Bay lived up to all the expectations I had. This is one place I have specifically wanted to visit since I first started to learn about SE Asia. The first time I saw pictures of it I just had to go. It […]

Along the Mae Hong Son Loop

I left Chiang Mai last Friday, the 13th. I am just realizing right now that it was, in fact, Friday the 13th. I’m certainly not superstitious, but maybe that explains the van accident on the way to Pai? No, probably not. This post will summarize the last week that I spent on the road completing […]

Chiang Mai: Thailand’s Northern Hub

Depending on what I choose to do I will probably be passing through Chiang Mai multiple times over the next couple weeks, unless I decide to see Laos and Cambodia instead on my way south to the beaches. Either way I will be back next week after I do the Mae Hong Song loop of […]