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Tiki Tiki Temptations

‘It’s Myrthe right? And Eva?’ A hand outstretched, a friendly grin, an offer to take our bags.

‘So, what do you think?’ The friendly grin, belonging to a Belgian named Bart, lessens marginally, an attempt at hiding his pride. 349 more words


Badass Biddies & Boxing Babies

Guess who’s back?

Hi guys. Sorry we dropped off the radar for a bit, we’ve spent the last few days travelling around like madmen.

Since we last wrote, we took another two trains- one being the beautifully haunting Death Railway, and the second a seven-hour piece of crap which carried us from Ban Pong all the way down to the non-descript little town of Surat-Thani. 205 more words


Back in Samui for the Long(er) Haul

Now, I’ll admit. I completely fell off the blog entry writing wagon. Hopefully I’ll do better this time, haha. In any case, as of yesterday, I am back on Samui island! 122 more words

Ko Samui

And whoosh the Summer went by

So… Ranong. I never talked about it.

The first day in Ranong was nice. By now, I am a boss traveler so I took the train back to Bangkok and then took a taxi to Don Muang Airport. 253 more words

Ko Samui

Ko Samui, Thailand

STOP 11 | Day 27 to 30 |

The theme of Ko Samui was sun, rest and relaxation. As we had been moving pretty quickly over the last week and J was still in recovery mode (see Bangkok post), we were really looking forward to some downtime. 891 more words


Fisherman's Village, Ko Samui

I loved my day and evening at Fisherman’s Village and it’s definitely one of my favourite places I’ve been to in Thailand.

During the day there are pretty little streets to wander around, with restaurants overlooking the sea and a mix of local and tourist shops, making it feel like a true seaside village. 181 more words


The Beaches and Waterfalls of Ko Samui

My first stop visiting the Thai islands was Ko Samui, known for its luxurious beaches, as well as the chance to escape the seaside and visit some of Thailand’s most beautiful waterfalls. 396 more words