Can you believe that I used to post just ONE photo each week for this feature? My indecisiveness clearly knows no bounds, because this week we’re up to eight.
This week I’m posting from Ton Sai beach in Krabi, Thailand. This is a totally new destination for me, and one I’m actually glad I didn’t research more. Had I done so, the lack of Internet might have kept me away (I’m currently blogging via the global data plan on my iPhone!), and then I might have missed out on the most insanely beautiful place I’ve ever visited in Thailand. I spend most of the day staring slack-jawed at the unreal scenery in front of me before snapping out of my reverie and jumping around screaming “Does everyone see this? Is this really happening right now?!”
Yeah, it’s that good. For more Photo Of The Minute style updates, check out my Instagram feed (link in sidebar). But for now, onto Photo of the Week…
Photo A One of my favorite spots on Koh Tao — the super funky Babaloo Bar.
The Full Moon Party happened. Big time. Hence this week’s sporadic post schedule!
My big “try something new!” experiment for the week: trapeze lessons! Can’t wait to tell you more.
Alas, I said goodbye to Koh Tao for the millionth time. Doesn’t get easier.
Photo E …However, the pain was eased by my arrival in Railay, easily the most scenic place I’ve been in Thailand.
Yesterday we rented a kayak and explored the different beaches, caves and coves.
I know there was a fire dancing photo thrown in the mix last week, but in my defense: I didn’t know that this week’s would be so much better!
And finally, the real reason people come to Railay — to rock climb! It’s SO much harder than it looks. As always, can’t wait to share more beyond these teasers…
Which photo is your favorite? Tell me why in the comments below!
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Psssst! Check out my interview this week with Amanda from A Dangerous Business! It’s my favorite interview yet.
I'm a New York native who left my home to explore the world slowly and thoroughly. I love photography, scuba diving, and reading guidebooks to countries I have no immediate plans to visit. Read more on my About Me page.