Category: Thailand

Railay, Thailand – Kayaking Sea Caves & Rock Climbing
[ 0 ] July 23, 2012 |

Railay, Thailand – Kayaking Sea Caves & Rock Climbing

Our second day in Railay, JB and I needed to once again get our activity fix. Alison decided she wanted to spend her day relaxing on the beach while JB and I signed up for some Kayaking in the morning and Rock Climbing in the afternoon. Sea Cave Kayaking Our kayaking expedition started at 7am […]

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Bangkok, Thailand – Urban Chaos
[ 0 ] July 20, 2012 |

Bangkok, Thailand – Urban Chaos

Bangkok is a major transportation hub for all of Asia, so passing through multiple times was inevitable. Having already experienced the tourist sights of historical Ko Ratanakosin on our first visit to Bangkok, this trip we focused on the urban sophistication and chaos that makes up the rest of the city. Bangkok is known for […]

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Koh Phi Phi, Thailand – Scuba Diving
[ 0 ] July 19, 2012 |

Koh Phi Phi, Thailand – Scuba Diving

Koh Phi Phi is known to have some of the best scuba diving in Thailand.  I’ve seen pictures and heard first hand accounts of how amazing it can be. Unfortunately we didn’t experience that. In Phi Phi there are literally dozens and dozens of dive shops all offering similar packages and deals, so when choosing […]

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Railay, Thailand
[ 3 ] July 16, 2012 |

Railay, Thailand

There aren’t a lot of places on continental Thailand that are accessible only by boat. Irrespective of the trouble to get there we were excited to visit one of them, Railay. We flew into Krabi, which is located on the west coast in southern Thailand along the Andaman Sea, from there we road a bus […]

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Bangkok, Thailand (Part 2)
[ 1 ] July 4, 2012 |

Bangkok, Thailand (Part 2)

Wat Pho Wat Pho was most certainly my favorite cultural site in all of Bangkok.  While the entire complex is visually interesting and is home to more than one thousand Buddha images and statues, the Reclining Buddha (Phra Buddhasaiyas) is the main event.  At over 160 feet long and 50 feet high, this gold leafed, mother-of-pearl inlayed monster […]

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