The very first thing I did after landing on beautiful Koh Yao Noi, and dropping my bags at the gorge open-air beachfront villa Glamping Hub had waiting for me, was plotting a sailing itinerary of the magnificent Phang Nga Bay.
… but for those of us who are less adventurous (I’d never trust myself on a scooter), I highly recommend opting for a tuk-tuk instead.
12 thoughts on “Island Life”
Happy travels to you Ndoema! Thank you for sharing your journeys with us.
Thank you 😉 x
He looks like a cool captain haha! I bet you had a grand time Phang Nga Bay.
Yes, he’s the coolest! And Phang Nga Bay is out-of-this world amazing…
The picture of the pier is just too dreamy! Awesome job with the pics!
True that! I hate sight-seeing with too many people! it’s nice to have the place all to your self.
Whoa your boat captain has dreads! You always find the cooles people 😀
Cant wait to see your pics from your island hopping!
The photo at the pier is so picturesque. Downloaded and saved it as my wallpaper. Thank you Ndoema and Phillip James for taking oh-so-lovely images!
I’m so glad to hear 🙂 Thank U!
One of my family’s favorite places is Thailand, because the weather is so much the same as my country – Philippines! Did you enjoy riding the tuk-tuk? Haha
I loooove tuk-tuk rides! I’m looking forward to discovering the beautiful Philippines soon ^_^