Sawadee Ka (hello) friends!
We returned from Thailand last weekend, however I’m still trying to get back into the groove of things–both at the office and at home. Our experiences in Thailand were unlike any other, and I’m grateful that we had the opportunity to explore such an interesting (and beautiful) place in the world.
Thailand was full of striking contrasts: at times it was completely chaotic and other times it was entirely serene. The southern islands were draped in lush tropical forests with
hundreds thousands of palm trees, whereas the capital city gave way to a sprawling concrete jungle. Thailand had a little bit of everything and simply put, it was an incredible experience.
While I always love going on trips and exploring the world, coming home to our sweet pups, our loving family, our beautiful home, and our daily routine feels pretty good too. I guess life is all about a delicate balance.
So where have we been?
In total, we spent fifteen days on the lam ;), including:
- Seven nights in Koh Samui
- Four nights in Koh Tao
- Two nights in Bangkok
- and One final night in San Francisco
As our 14th country and third continent, we couldn’t have asked for a better anniversary trip. Cody and I went scuba diving, hiking, boating, snorkeling, swimming, and more, and I can’t wait to share our adventures with you.
For now, here’s a little sneak peek of our time spent on those gorgeous southern Thai islands:
16 thoughts on “An Escape to Thailand”
Hi Krystle! If you are interested in learning more you def. check out this quick video.
With your travels, do you ever consider a travel club?
I’ve looked into a few in the past but there haven’t been any that have really caught my attention, or seemed all that “worth” it (if that makes sense). Maybe I need to do some more searching… ? 🙂
Hi Krystle! I have a travel club (that offers a lot in Asia) that you may be intrigued by! Not sure if this one will catch your attention, but it caught mine. I love reading your blog and I love your travels. I think you are doing what we are meant to do in life and for that I applaude you. The club just changes the possiblilities of saving you money and offering more trips then you could imagine. Just something to think about. 🙂
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I’m sure there are many posts to follow about this trip. I would love to hear more about what types of things you did while you were there, where you stayed, how you got around ect. It looks like it was truly beautiful!
Most definitely! I have a lot of activities to share 🙂 and we found an incredible resort that I can wait to tell you about.
Hope you are having a great day!
So excited to hear all about it!
Looks like an amazing trip! Can’t wait for more details and more great pictures!
Thanks Brian! 🙂
How time flies! Can’t believe you are back already. So glad you enjoyed your anniversary trip. Looking forward to reading all about it 🙂
It went by so fast… 🙂
I LOVE the pictures! I have always wanted to go to Thailand. It seems like it was fun!
It is definitely worth a visit. Hope you get to go sometime soon! 🙂
Beautiful pictures and your amazing experience on Thailand and I believed that you really have a good time I had been all over Thailand for several times,now seeing those pictures eager me to go back in Thailand especially my daughter live now in Phuket and sending pictures of their rented house on the beach front with beautiful landscape and pool.they will station there for three years, anyway my plan will be on November . You look like my daughter on you close up picture. Good day and take care
That is neat your daughter lives in Phuket. Thailand was such a neat country and I really enjoyed how diverse it was. I hope that next time we can head up to the Chiang Mai area to explore. I bet November will be the perfect time to go! I hear that it is slightly cooler during that month. Safe travels and thanks for stopping by 🙂