There are no words to describe the sheer beauty of this place. This island probably has the clearest water I’ve ever seen with the most beautiful landscape.
Captain Cook discovered the Isle of Pines and rightly called it so due to the abundance of pine trees on the island. The Isle of Pines is a frequent stop for most P&O Cruises. You can enjoy the island on foot in your own time or you can make the most of the tours offered around the island.
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This was by far my favourite day of ours in Samui. Pure bliss and utter relaxation. It was a day of exploration in the most adventurous (or dangerous?) way – on the back of a Thai motorbike.
We certainly made up for that stress by lazing around on kilometres of untouched beaches. The white sand and turquoise water was a thing, I thought, only in postcards. Clearly I was mistaken. This particular day was just breathtaking. Continue reading Samui
While I was spending my days in the sunny tropics, I really tried to embrace it as much as I could. I knew the impending doom of the unspeakable ‘Winter’ was waiting for me just around the corner back home in Australia.
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There are no words to describe the beauty of this place and despite my incessant snapping, it was near impossible to fully capture the wonder of it all.
You know a place is beautiful when the raw creation outdoes the smarts of our technology. I feel no amount of camera tools or instruments could capture the beauty of this place to its full extent.
The Phi Phi Islands are definitely a place you need to see with your own eyes in order to fully experience its amazement. Put it on the bucket list!
Hope you can catch a glimpse of what took my breath away.
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