Though there’s a part of me that never ever wants to leave Bali, it’s breathtaking sunsets, exotic hideaways, colorful markets, lush rice fields, languid lifestyle and powerful spirituality. And though I still have a truck load of amazing photographs from my memorable Indonesian journey to be shared, I thought I’d give you a taste of things to come with this photographic series taken while sailing Thailand‘s spectacular Phang Nga Bay (see I’m not the only one with a double consonant name 😉
As our traditional longtail boat quietly glided amongst the majestic limestone karsts shooting out of the emerald Andaman Sea in the shimmering morning light, I made a secret wish. May time stop here. Forever.
7 thoughts on “Sailing the Phang Nga Bay”
Your bod is to die for! I’m totally jealous of your figure ♥
There’s always something magical in any place you go. You are right! I could just keep travelling forever!
The weather is divine, and you look heavenly! I thought its the moonsoon season in Thailand.
You remind me of the movie Life of Pi! You are the fierce tigress haha, *peace*!
Love your swimsuit!
I’ve seen these islands countless of times on TV, movies, you name it! The GF has been asking me to save up for Pha nga bay too!
OMG your waist is so tiny! You look amazing!