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Koh Yao Noi III: art and serenity

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A deserted beach with only the sounds of the sea and wildlife coming together is the perfect combination for a good morning. The sun started to warm up the earth and the warmth of sun-rays reached our hammocks and blankets. With no sense of time we were awakened by the…


Koh Yao Noi photo diary II: beach camping

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Koh Yao Noi is a perfect island to camp out and sleep in a hammock as there it is not too overcrowded by tourists and the beaches haven’t been taken over by big resorts yet. If you rent a motorbike from a local or from a shop, you can easily…


Koh Yao Noi photo diary I

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Between the undoubtedly famous places Phuket and Krabi lie a group of islands in between that are less known. The two main islands are Koh Yao Noi and Koh Yao Yai, with Noi being the smallest but the most ‘developed’. The difference between Noi and Yai is that the island…


Hitch-hike Thailand: Phang Nga to Koh Yao Noi

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We got out of Phang Nga and set a goal to be sitting on the beach by the evening. We fixed a ride on the main road, direction of Krabi, and got off as you need to reach the pier going to Koh Yao Noi. This is a road off…


Phang Nga heaven and hell temple photo diary

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After a successful hitch-hike from Khao Sok to Phang Nga, we landed in Phang Nga town mainly to check out Phang Nga Bay. Phang Nga town is mostly used by tourists as a gateway to the bay or as a hub when traveling to places like Phuket or Krabi. The place is…


Phang Nga Bay & Koh Panyi photo diary

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Why Phang Nga bay is not really that great (but just nice) Somehow we thought it would be possible to stay somewhere at the beach around the bay and enjoy waking up amidst the beautiful lime-stone rocks. It turned out Phang Nga city is not at the beach/bay at all and…


Khao Sok photo diary

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Khao Sok, the land of limestones, is famed for its pristine beauty as a national park area. Many tourists come here for a day or two to do a tour to the famous lake or the ever popular tubing on the river. If you dare to stay longer than most…


Hitch-hike Thailand: Koh Phangan – Surat Thani – Khao Sok

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Summary of costs: ‘How much is a…?’ (August, 2015)   Travellers who are new to a country mostly have no idea what the costs are for the simplest things like a meal from a local restaurant. In time you will learn the prices, but we have noticed we find it…

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