What to Expect From a Boat Tour to Koh Yao NoiFriday, August 12, 2016 Boat Tours by admin
Last week it was my six months anniversary of living in Thailand.
To be more precise, on Phuket island. It’s a very touristy place, but I was lucky to find a cosy spot in the epicentre of an expat haven. It gives me a unique pleasure of not being stalked by travel agents whenever I walk down the street or sunbathe on the beach. Instead, I have friends who have been living on the island for much longer. And if I want to do some sightseeings we just get in the car and they guide me around the island.
5 reasons why surfing in Thailand is great for beginnersTuesday, May 31, 2016 Surfing and Kitesurfing by admin
When it comes to surfing in Thailand…wait. What? You’ve never heard of it either, right? Nevertheless, it does exist.
Though before late 90’s surfing spots in Thailand were a truly mysterious concept. Only expats knew about them as they were exploring the shores with this purpose specifically. And they were quite a few. While locals weren’t interested at all.
Thai Elephant trekking. Not!Monday, May 09, 2016 Wildlife and Animal Trekking by admin
When it comes to anything connected with animals and their treatment in non-wild conditions, I become very picky and meticulous.
When I was looking for a topic for my next blog post, I thought that elephant trekking as one of the most popular tourist attractions in Thailand might work out into a nice article with bright pictures of smiling elephants and their happy riders.Read more
Diving in Thailand: Amusement Park for beginners and Paradise for ProfessionalsSaturday, April 23, 2016 Diving and snorkeling by admin
Following Elina’s post about diving sites in Mallorca (great job covering ALL possible sites on the island btw), I’ve decided to look around my own habitat and find out if there are any decent diving facilities in Thailand and Phuket in particular.
5 tips on how to survive and actually enjoy SongkranFriday, April 15, 2016 Festivals and Lifestyle by admin
Happy New Year!
Yes, it’s April and I mean what I say.
As Thai Buddhists celebrate the New Year, the Land of Smiles turns into a water-splashing crowd.
Official Thai New Year’ Day is 13 April every year, but the celebrations normally start on the 12th and don’t stop until the 16th.
And that’s when the Songkran festival begins.