Street-side markets at dusk in Surat Thani. (ตลาดสดริมน้ำ local market at tapee riverside)
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Farewell Koh Phangan! I’m departing Haad Rin Pier on the ferry south to Samui. The boat is filled with washed up backpackers, recovering from the full moon party two nights ago.
I’ve been staying in Blue Hill Resort for the Full Moon Party. The room has a great view across the water towards Samui. Lovely staff too!
These are some of the black light body paint designs you can get (for a price) at the Full Moon Party on Haad Rin Beach, Koh Phangan.
Thanks Chalak Baan Kao for a wonderful stay! Koh Tao is only ~6km long and has the craziest hills… particularly for a scooter. There were times I asked Megan to get off the bike and walk down the dirt slopes, just in case.
Somebody lost their pants.. I found this this sculpted canine in Koppee Koh Tao today.
The view from our beach bungalow at View Point Resort in Koh Tao, Thailand. There are absolutely stunning beaches in Thailand. There are also some beaches that make a wicked postcard, but if you look closer and wade in for a swim, there’s kelp, plastic bags, bottles, and sharp coral.
Yet another sunset over tranquil waters on Koh Tao’s Sairee Beach, Thailand.
I found this barracuda on the rickety pathway to the Taraporn Restaurant in Ko Tao. A closeup on its eye reminded me of an aerial photograph of an open-cut mine or an oily rock face.
I’m on a father/son motorbike trip through Samoeng & Mae-Se, northwest of Chiang Mai. It’s Strawberry country!! Strawberry shakes, strawberry wine, sweet strawberries, sour strawberries… and every farm we pass has a giant strawberry mascot out the front. It’s one of Dad’s first times on a motorbike… so I’m glad […]
I’ve been writing from Raming Tea House for the last few days. Found this pooch smiling in a basket out the front with a look that I could identify with: “I’m just happy to be here”.
It’s a smoky day in Chiang Mai today (heck, it’s smoky every day this time of year). Slash and burn agricultural practices in the hill tribes cast the heavy haze over the whole region for more than a month. Still…it’s better than the air in Delhi!
A longtail in Chiang Mai. We were lucky this boat didn’t sink with all of us loaded up in it!
Spent the day an hour north of Chiang Mai on a giant houseboat, writing and swimming and eating and swimming…life is good!
Working in the one space can bring on cabin fever. I had to get out, so I went to write in the Raming Tea House. Best mango frappes!