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low season in Koh Lanta

low season in Koh Lanta

Posted from Ko Lanta, Krabi, Thailand. About a two-hour ferry ride from Ao Nang lies Koh Lanta, a seemingly unspoiled island in Thailand’s Andaman Sea. Sure, there’s resorts and bungalows absolutely everywhere, and maybe it’s because it’s low season, but it seems like Koh Lanta didn’t sell their soul to tourism the way so many […]

Ao Nang, Tonsai and Railay

Ao Nang, Tonsai and Railay

Posted from Mueang Krabi, Krabi, Thailand. After trying to kill my liver in Pa Tong, I decided I would head towards the beaches of Krabi on the southern coast of Thailand. Huge limestone cliffs and spires jut out of the land in this area creating stunning scenery and making it a rock climber’s paradise. The […]

other things about Koh Samui

other things about Koh Samui

Posted from Ko Samui, Surat Thani, Thailand. The largest of the islands off the east coast of Thailand is Koh Samui, and it’s also the most overrun. I couldn’t discern this from the moment I arrived, as the pier my Songserm ferry boat landed at was out of the way and a far cry from […]

bandon hosptial Koh Samui (graphic content)

bandon hosptial Koh Samui (graphic content)

Posted from Ko Samui, Surat Thani, Thailand. Drunk people do stupid things. Never a truer statement existed. And I am one of those stupid drunks. I’m not going to go into too much detail, though I’m sure my family would like to know the whole sordid story. There was an open doorway, and this guy […]

onward to Koh Tao

onward to Koh Tao

Posted from Mueang Chumphon, Chumphon, Thailand. The train station in Hua Hin is rather beautiful. On site there’s two antique rail cars that act as a museum of sorts giving the place a character I haven’t seen yet at a train station in Thailand. The station is painted in vibrant colours and has a wide-open […]

backroads of north-western Thailand

backroads of north-western Thailand

Posted from Samoeng, Chiang Mai, Thailand. When in Thailand one must go north. The beaches are great, so I’ve heard, but overly touristy. If one wants to get a real feeling for Thailand’s culture and, in some ways, its past, one must leave the comforts of over-priced food and lodging for the wilderness of the […]

Hue, Vietnam – and my birthday

Hue, Vietnam – and my birthday

Posted from Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam. My bus trip from Hoi An to Hue was on the crummiest and dirtiest bus from 1978 they could’ve found. I’m getting used to the sub-par level of cleanliness here, but I have to be honest – I really do appreciate more than ever our quality of life in […]

Nha Trang – where strange things happen

Nha Trang – where strange things happen

Posted from tp. Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam. I had 24-hours to spend in Nha Trang. And oh the day I had in this seaside town. I should’ve known it was going to be one of those weird days, but I ignored the signs – certain they were just random occurrences brought on by […]

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Vienna

Posted from Address not found. The train ride from Salzburg to Vienna is a short journey. There are a few train stations in Vienna, with trains departing and arriving from different locations. I wasn’t sure where my ticket would leave me, but the transportation system in the city is excellent and very straight forward to […]