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Week 234

Greetings from Koh Tao! It’s been a crazy busy week and in many ways I feel like I’ve barely looked up from my laptop, though these photos prove otherwise. I suppose I did sneak off for a 6am dive call time one morning, and sign off early for a 6pm sunset paddle one evening. Although the…

Photo of the Week 233: Koh Tao thumbnail

Note to my email subscribers: Due to issues with my subscription service, Thursday’s post wasn’t delivered to your inbox! Apologies for the inconvenience, but it’s an amazing one and I really hope you get the chance to read it. Find the post by clicking here. Greetings from Koh Tao! It’s felt great to be back on my…

Thailand

What a week! There are three islands in the Gulf of Thailand, starting from top to bottom, smallest to largest: Koh Tao, the diving mecca that I call home, Koh Phangan, home to worldly hippies and world famous full moon parties, and Koh Samui, the big bustling jewel in the region’s tourism crown — and also home…

Koh Tao

Greetings from the Gulf of Thailand! After three straight weeks on Koh Tao, I’m venturing a little further afield on one of the monthly little getaways I’ll be taking to satisfy my wanderlust itch while still pumping the breaks big time on travel and setting up a home base again. This time, I’m headed to Koh Samui…

Koh Tao

Greetings from Koh Tao… and twenty-six! I do want to thank you for a lovely outpouring of birthday wishes and responses to my big birthday post. Unfortunately, the year has gotten off to a bit of a rough start. For the second time in as many weeks, I opened my laptop to a black screen. While…

Photo of the Week 229: Koh Tao thumbnail

Home sweet home. It’s been over a week since I arrived back in Koh Tao, moved into my apartment (if you follow me on Snapchat you’ve already had the full tour!), bought myself a motorbike and started settling into my routine for the next six months. Life is good. Honestly, I can’t imagine being in any…

Trang and Satun

From big city to empty beaches. Last week, after I bid goodbye to Bangkok, I hopped on a post-TBEX tour to Trang and Satun provinces. These tours are designed to give the bloggers who attend TBEX to explore a bit more of the conference’s host country. Granted, Thailand and I do go pretty far back, but…

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