What a cool place, but James Bond found it first!
City on the water- floating Muslim fishing village
Lots of tourists from phuket.
James bond island… 187 more words
Friday, February 13: After Alex and I emerge from the dense inside of the Major Stone Forest Scenic Area, we head to the perimeter road to retrace our minibus ride on foot. 1,306 more words
The island of Koh Tao was a bit too touristy for our liking, so we hopped on a catamaran ferry and headed back to the mainland for some peace. 404 more words
The second half of our Laos adventure was much less active than the first. We spent a lot of time lazing through cities, slowly taking in our surrounding before moving on to the next location. 1,596 more words
Our arrival in Tha Khaek wasn’t exactly the most normal drop off we’ve ever had, though it was one of the smoothest. Our bus pulled into the outskirts of town shortly after 1 AM. 1,281 more words
Friday, January 30: After leaving the tea plantation, we head north, passing through boundless farmland. The kumquat orchards sprawl over rolling mountains, less sharp around the edges than the karsts; these mountains are clustered in the midst of the karsts between Yangshuo and Guilin. 406 more words
Friday, January 30: Our original plan was to take bicycle rides in the Yangshuo countryside, to take a bamboo raft ride down the Yulong River, and to rent an electric bike to explore the mountains and kumquat orchards north of Yangshuo. 654 more words