Being so much closer to Thailand in Australia than i was in the UK, i made sure i used this as chance to explore the wonders this country holds. I decided to do an organised tour as there a small amount of unrest at that time and i didn’t feel comfortable travelling as a solo woman. I joined a group called ThaIntro which is run through the Nomads hostel chain and they organised the whole first week – accommodation, food, trips and travel. I stayed on a bit longer to add some relaxation time to my trip. This got changed when the hostel offered me a chance to do my PADI open water diving course and helped re-arrange some of my activities so i could complete it in time. 

Bangkok

I spent about a week in Bangkok exploring the sights before heading down to the national park.

Koa Suk – National park

Here we arrived straight off a night train got a boat out into the national park and stayed on floating bungalows for a night.

Koh Pangnan

We headed across on the ferry to Koh Pangnan where i spent a week first in a nice hotel then i swapped into a hostel.

Half moon Party

Scuba Diving at Sail rock

I loved learning to dive and have enjoyed the opportunities it has opened up for me while travelling.  These were mostly pictures my Instructor took as i didn’t have access to an underwater camera.

More postcards from …

Ramshackle Rally

The Coromandels

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10 thoughts on “Postcards from Thailand

  1. I would love to go to Thailand one day so badly. Look at all the amazing adventures and captures you have here. Stunning. Thanks for linking up to Share With Me blog hop. I hope you have enjoyed reading so many fab other blog posts and to see you again tomorrow for another great round of #sharewithme

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    1. Thailand is amazing. I had such a great timing would love to go back and see more. There is much to see everywhere in the world lol. I’ll be back to link up again thanks for sharing the chance! Alex

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it and i post a travel post at least once a week. Come back and travel vicariously around the world me each week. This week there will be a whole series on wellington, my latest trip. Alex

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