Petrol and Coal

In Ko Lanta, you have the choice of petrol from your general gas station (as above), or… By the bottle is slightly cheaper! (and you get a bottle!!!) There is also a local movement to stop the development of a coal power plant back in Krabi – places like Koh Lanta and their marine reserves […]

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Welcome Ko Lanta

After a ~2 hour boat trip we landed in the sunny (really really hot) Ko Lanta. Spending the rest of the day at the hotel area, it was like its own little village (much larger than our other temporary homes). An interesting observation (perhaps) also that it was the most English-western of all stops in […]

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Farewell Phi Phi

Phi Phi Island was the most ‘island scenic’ of our time in Thailand, but all good things have to end some time (especially when its a holiday and you need money to continue on!). Here’s a series of final shots for now from Phi Phi. Tomorrow its the final destination of Thailand.

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Watch the Signs

(first image shot on the other side of main Phi Phi tourist village) One thing I love about visiting other countries (or sometimes locally) is seeing notices and signs that are from another language base, translated into English. Now I’m by no means making fun of the translators (I cant translate into any other language […]

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View Point

A new morning had me heading up to a spot I had seen the previous day when venturing outside camp – View Point. Unsurprisingly, I later learnt that view point is just a generic term used on the island for various walks that led to a  view. I’ll always remember this one as View Point […]

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