The Day after visiting The Great Blue Hole I decided to do my PADI, but I was still a bit scared, so I agreed to do another snorkel tour first to see the Hol Chan Marine Reserve and Shark Ray Alley, where I could practise free dive first and see how
The Rastafarian vibe gave me the real holiday feeling on Caye Caulker; nice cooling breeze, palm trees, reggae music, fresh fish, turquoise waters, white sand, clear waters and an amazing underwater world close to the second largest reef in the world.
Caye Caulker is easygoing; only golf cars and bi
After a few days in Pai, recovering from my injury, we decided to head back to Chiang Mai and go from there straight to Bangkok the very next day.
So we packed our things pretty early, went a last time to Pai hospital to get my wounds cleaned up and
As I told you in my last post, I just had suffered from a scooter accident coming to Pai and was badly insured after. So a few things you have to know about Pai:
Pai was once a quiet market village inhabited by ethnic Ta, whose culture is influenced
After watching a really beautiful sunrise in Sukhothai and taking a small nap after, @martibis and I decided to go on to our next destination: Chiang Mai
So we packed our things, checked out the hostel and started hitchhiking to the hostel. In theory
After our exhausting 11 hrs of hitchhiking we still talked a lot and had some beers at night - starving, because the kitchen was already closed together with every other food stand in the little village.
So when the alarm rang at 6am I was super tire
After returning to Bangkok we enjoyed another day at the rooftop pool, where @martibis and I planed our next steps of the trip.
Sadly Fie had to fly back home and leave our little group in the evening
After a few days enjoying the beach life at Koh Lanta and my adventurous dive at Koh Haa @martibis and I decided to come along with Fie to Bangkok, because she already had to fly home to Denmark.
Fie and I would take the boat to Railay Beach, enjoy t
In Copenhagen the easiest and most common way to get around is by bike! It is one of the most bicycle friendly cities of the world. Almost 37% of the inhabitants are using the bike to get to work, school or university every day.
Almost every street
I know I have been writing about our little adventures in Thailand lately, but I am with my friend Fie in her hometown Copenhagen now and just want to report a bit of that before I go back to telling
After enjoying ourselves a bit at Koh Lanta I decided to use our last day at the Island to go diving while Fie was taking a snorkeling trip and @martibis went to some waterfall.
So in the morning we f
After we survived the 3 days at Koh Phi Phi, where we got robbed by monkeys and had to wait until the tropical storm passed by, we were finally able to take a ferry to our next stop: Koh Lanta!