I recently went on an incredible trip to Thailand. It would be way too long and wordy to properly explain here, so I’ll break it up into a few parts and share some photos.
The first day was spent mostly traveling (Daegu-> Shanghai -> Bangkok). Less than eight hours after touchdown, Andy and I had a connecting flight to Phuket and then a ferry to Ko Phi Phi. Needless to say, we were very tired!
Ko Phi Phi was absolutely beautiful. It’s a tiny, touristy island located in the Andaman Sea. It’s so small that there are no roads on the island, and so everyone travels by bicycle or push-cart. To get to a different part of the island, it’s better to charter a longtail boat. We got dropped off at the pier in Tonsai Village, but wanted a quieter locale. 100B (~$3) will get you to Hat Yao, Long Beach, which was perfect.
|Longtail boats docked at the beach at Tonsai Village, Ko Phi Phi Don|
|Our bungalow! Paradise Pearl Resort, Hat Yao, Ko Phi Phi Don|
|Buddhist spirit house in Tonsai Village, Ko Phi Phi Don|
|Breakfast on Hat Yao, overlooking Ko Phi Phi Leh, the smaller sister island|
As much as we loved Ko Phi Phi, we decided to check out Ko Lanta for the next few days. My cousin and several friends raved about this quiet island, and for good reason. After just one night, we boarded the ferry to Ko Lanta, which you can read about here.