Krabi: last days in Thailand

Since being in Thailand, I have been repeatedly told to visit Krabi as the beaches and atmosphere are amazing. Well… when I first sailed in, I locked my eyes on Raleigh beach with scenic rock and golen beaches but as I approached Ao Nang, I wasn’t so impressive. I was…
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Koh Phi Phi, Thailand: views, beaches and crazy nightlife

  The following day, I woke up around 5.30am so I could start my long journey to Koh Phi Phi: mini van, ferry, coach, car, mini van, ferry. It was an uneventful journey, except meeting a British guy, who was a little strange, but it made the time go quicker….
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Quick stop to Koh Samui, Thailand: friends and beaches

Once I arrived in Surathani, I boarded a ship at 6am to cruise across to Koh Samui, which is one of the largest island on East coast of Thailand. I have been there a few times before and it’s not my favourite island as I think there are more beautiful…
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Bangkok: Massages and finally goodbyes

My day in Bangkok was busy due to the list of errands: washing, repacking, collecting my condo deposit and transferring money from my Thai account to my UK bank. The latter was more complicated than I initially thought as I had to withdraw the money (problem – exceeded my limit),…
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Do you need to reflect on your life?

Sometimes I just like to reflect on life… As I lay in the sun on my own on a beach in Koh Samui, I am able to stop and think. These past 6 months or so have been hectic. I’ve never been too good at being still. I am constantly…
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Ancient City, Bangkok

Over the weekend, I travelled to Ancient City, which is South-East of Bangkok. It was extremely easy to get to. I caught a BTS (skytrain) to Bearing. Ancient City organise a shuttle van to Erawan Museum and Ancient City for free. Ancient City is a huge complex with replicas of…
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Samphan Riverside (Rose garden), Bangkok

During my last weekend in Bangkok, I decided to visit the Rose Garden, which is located in Nakon Pathon province just outside of Bangkok. It was a bit of a mission to get here. On the way, I took a van from Victory Monument then a taxi but on the…
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A typical teaching day in Bangkok

From working in Thailand as a teacher for the last 6 months, I thought I would give some insight into my typical day at school. To start with, I am in an all-girls private school in the centre of Bangkok so my experience will be very different from others who…
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Weekends in Bangkok

From living in Bangkok for 6 months, I have managed to explore some incredible places, experience the nightlife and tried some delicious and weird food.  

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