Thailand

  • The Journey to Laos

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    Finally on our way, the boat takes you down the mostly calm Mekong expertly maneuvered through the occasional rapid. As you float along the borderline there was a stark contrast between a well developed Thailand and a mostly rural and empty Laos

  • The Mae Hong Son Loop

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    850 kilometers going through national parks, small villages, towns and the Thai countryside by motorbike

  • Ayutthaya, Thailand

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    After spending our time rock climbing and, let's be honest, lazing around we had to catch up on our journey. You'd almost forget that we have places to be! So we decided to sacrifice some good quality sleep and take not one, but two night trains in a row to get us all the way to Chiang Mai

  • Khao Sok, Thailand

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    After four or five hours (it felt a lot longer) in another of Thailand’s stuffed minibuses, now well familiar to us, we arrived in the beautiful Khao Sok.

  • Koh Lanta, Thailand

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    The next stop after Tonsai was an island paradise called Koh Lanta. There are many islands to choose from in Southern Thailand, but we picked this one for its convenient location, its reputation for being more laid back than some of the party islands, and positive reviews from anyone who went.

  • Tonsai Beach, Thailand

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    We picked Tonsai over the more popular Railay next door as it is less touristy, cheaper, and more exclusive to climbers