A Year in Photographs!!

I loved photography before, but I love it even more now!! This year was great for photography! I finally spoiled myself with a DSLR camera, that I’m still learning to use… I’ll be a pro at it someday! And I was insanely spoiled with living on a gorgeous island that I never got sick of taking pictures of! Here is a little gallery of my favorite snapshots of the year… One for every month! Plus my favorite picture from each country I visited while I was here. (I have a feeling this is going to be rather difficult to just pick ONE for each month… We’ll see how it goes.) Enjoy!

February 2012

The start to an amazing adventure!

The start to an amazing adventure!

March 2012

Me, Jeong-eun, Hyun-jeong, and Seunghee... Who became my little Korean family!

Me, Jeong-eun, Hyun-jeong, and Seunghee… Who became my little Korean family!

April 2012

The start of my Olle journey!

The start of my Olle journey!

May 2012

Teaching with my co-teacher and good friend, Eun-mi!

Teaching with my co-teacher and good friend, Eun-mi!

Probably the cutest face in all of Osaka, Japan!

Probably the cutest face in all of Osaka, Japan!

June 2012

Being silly with Hyae-jeong, Jyoo-yun, and Ji-su at the English Story Telling Competition!

Being silly with Hyae-jeong, Jyoo-yun, and Ji-su at the English Story Telling Competition!

July 2012

Jun-hyung stole my slippers for the story book I made called "Brooke's Slippers!"

Jun-hyung stole my slippers for the story book I made called “Brooke’s Slippers!”

August 2012

Damage at the school from Typhoon Bolaven.

Damage at the school from Typhoon Bolaven.

Climbing the Great Wall of China outside Beijing!

Climbing the Great Wall of China outside Beijing!

The horse I named Marida (means 'horse' in Korean) that I rode for 9 days all of the rolling, green steppes near Ulan Baatar, Mongolia!

The horse I named Marida (means ‘horse’ in Korean) that I rode for 9 days all over the rolling, green steppes near Ulan Baatar, Mongolia!

September 2012

Jin-sook made a delicious dinner for Grandma's visit!

Jin-sook made a delicious dinner for Grandma’s visit!

October 2012

Three cuties selling peanuts in Puerto Princessa City on Palawan Island in the Philippines!

Three cuties selling peanuts in Puerto Princessa City on Palawan Island in the Philippines!

A lovely time with my grandma's old school mate, Carole, and her husband, Jim, on their visit to Jeju!

A lovely time with my grandma’s old school mate, Carole, and her husband, Jim, on their visit to Jeju!

November 2012

On Chuja Island hiking the hardest Olle!

On Chuja Island hiking the hardest Olle!

Sticka Foto session for my 24th birthday with Karima & Billy!

Sticka Foto session for my 24th birthday with Karima & Billy!

December 2012

Putting together a puzzle on Christmas with Becca and a couple of Sarah's students!

Putting together a puzzle on Christmas with Becca and a couple of Sarah’s students!

Was able to talk and Skype with family back home and even open presents "with" them on Christmas!

Was able to talk and Skype with family back home and even open presents “with” them on Christmas!

January 2013

An amazing day on Olle 14-1! Thank you to Sarah, Hannah, and Dominique for making it so much fun!!!

An amazing day on Olle 14-1! Thank you to Sarah, Hannah, and Dominique for making it so much fun!!!

Going through the low-ceilinged caves on the Tam Coc River near Hanoi, Vietnam!

Going through the low-ceilinged caves on the Tam Coc River near Hanoi, Vietnam!

Spending the day feeding, riding, and bathing elephants near Chiang Mai, Thailand!!

Spending the day feeding, riding, and bathing elephants near Chiang Mai, Thailand!!

February 2013

Karima, Sarah, and Hannah hiked Hallasan!! It's a volcanic mountain on Jeju Island and the highest point in South Korea! (Very sore for days after!)

Karima, Sarah, Hannah, and I hiked Hallasan!! It’s a volcanic mountain on Jeju Island and the highest point in South Korea! (Very sore for days after!)

Jeju, it’s been great! It has definitely been the best year of my life thus far!! There were so many new adventures and food and FRIENDS!! The people I’ve met in the past year have been wonderful! I’m going to miss you all so much!! Until we meet again… CHEERS!! 🙂

I didn’t notice this until after I posted, but February 20th, 2013 (the day I posted this) is exactly 1 year after I landed in Korea!

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Planes, Trains, & Automobiles Thai Style!

We left Chiang Mai at 5:30 pm on a train set to be in Bangkok the next morning at 8:30 am. We got the cheapest tickets again, but the accommodations on this train were a bit nicer than the one in Vietnam… Except a few bugs wandering around. Boo! I grabbed one last plate of Pad Thai in the train station before we took off! While we were waiting for the train to chug it’s way out of the station, we noticed a little photo shoot happening on one of the abandoned platforms next to us.

Click-Click-Click-Flash-Pose!

Click-Click-Click-Flash-Pose!

Car No. 6 to Bangkok!

Car No. 6 to Bangkok!

Ready to go!

Ready to go!

There were a lot more foreigners on this train in the 3rd class than there were in Vietnam… Kind of fun listening to all these different languages. The sun was setting as we were leaving the city and Karima and I were sitting on the west side of the train, so naturally everyone is leaning over us trying to get their hundreds of pictures of this sunset. It was really pretty, but I’ve seen WAYYYY better sunsets on Jeju. (We’re quite spoiled on that island!) Eventually everyone got their sunset-pic-fix and relaxed.

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Another great thing about this train was the bathrooms! Instead of the normal, western-style sit-down toilets, we got squat toilets!! It’s not 5-star living or anything, but when you’re on a train (that isn’t the cleanest place in the world to begin with) and you have to share this bathroom with however many people for however many hours, a squat toilet is great to have because you don’t have to touch anything to do your business. The worst that can happen is that your foot slips in after you’re done but probably (hopefully) unlikely.

A (surprisingly) lovely sight to see!

A (surprisingly) lovely sight to see!

And a little video for all to enjoy…

Our flight out of Bangkok was scheduled for noon. We figured that with the train getting to Bangkok at 8:30 am, even if it was an hour late, would’ve given us plenty of time to make our flight… But not when it’s 2 1/2 hours late! Our train didn’t get to Bangkok Station until 11:00 am and then add in a 50 minute taxi ride, all resulting in us arriving at the airport right as our plane was pulling away from the gate. So instead of being able to transfer tickets for a later flight (like I’ve been able to do in Korea), we had to purchase new tickets. Another 10,450฿ (Baht) or about $350 USD… We were NOT happy campers! (But we did get traveler’s insurance, so hopefully we can get something back.)

Our flight was then scheduled for that evening, and like our original tickets, we’d be making a layover in Gwangzhou, China. Though unlike our original ticket, we’d be spending the night in Gwangzhou. We had a layover there on our way to Vietnam, so we had a pretty good idea of the layout of the terminal. Once we landed and were waiting in line at immigration, we were talking about where would be a good place to camp out in the airport. When we got up to the counter, the woman told us that the airline will be providing free accommodation for our overnight layover… Say what?! It was like music to our ears!! All we had to do was fill out the form for our 24 hour visas and we were good to go!

And they provided pretty sweet accommodations and breakfast to go for our early morning ride back to the airport! It was so great to have a COMFY place to sleep and a hot shower in all the stress of having to buy new tickets… Still a bummer, but this kiiiiiinda makes it a little better.

Heading back to Seoul finally... Sincere excitement!

Heading back to Seoul finally… Sincere excitement!

Good-bye Thailand and Gwangzhou!!

Chiang Mai Has My Heart!

Day 1 in Chiang Mai

The morning after we arrived at Mojito Garden Guesthouse in Chiang Mai, Boom (who seemed to be the owner of the place) sat down with us and helped us plan what we will be doing during our stay here in this wonderful city! Then he showed us on the map where we could find some markets and where to get good Thai massages! So helpful!

After a really late breakfast, we headed out for a walk making our way towards the train station to buy our tickets to Bangkok in a couple days. We eventually came upon this huge indoor market! It was a bit overwhelming, because there was so much stuff everywhere you looked! And a little difficult to restrain from buying everything in sight! We eventually pulled ourselves away to keep heading towards the train station (which was quite a hike from our guesthouse!). Closer to the train station, we found a thrift store and perused that for a bit, but gave ourselves a time limit. (Good idea!) Finally we made it to the train station and purchased our tickets to head out to Bangkok in a few days.

Then we took a little tuk-tuk taxi to the night market! We showed him on the map where we wanted to go, and of course, he brought us to the wrong place. But no worries!! We found a little store and I found some BEAUTIFUL paintings!!

Then we walked over to where we originally wanted to go. We tried our first smoothies from the famous Mrs. Pa!! Let me tell you, this woman can make a smoothie!! Fantastically delicious! I tried a strawberry mango smoothie. So yummy!

Mrs. Pa doing what she does best!

Mrs. Pa doing what she does best!

We also had dinner from the little food stands scattered everywhere. I tried Pad Thai for the first time! Oh my goodness!! A plateful of noodles and such jam-packed full of flavor!! And for only 30 Baht!! (About $1 USD!) I had never had Thai food before and very much dislike peanuts (which is one of the ingredients of Pad Thai), but the flavor was so rich that it covered up the peanut flavor and it was so good! I think it’s so amazing how far I’ve come with the different foods I eat! It’s definitely one of the things that has made traveling so much fun!

Day 2 in Chiang Mai

Baan Chang Elephant Park

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EARLY morning!! Our guide for the day, Woody, picked us up for the Baan Chang Elephant Park at about 6:30 am. When we got to the elephant park, we got to change into these really sexy get-ups!! Woody told us a little bit about the park. All the elephants they have there were rescued from whatever horrible conditions they were in. All the trainers have a special relationship with their elephant and it can be a little difficult for them to have healthy relationships with people just because they spend so much time with the elephant. After that, it was time to feed the elephants some breakfast! We were given some huge baskets full of bananas and sugar cane and free to go! So funny! As you’re walking towards the elephant you want to feed, all the other elephants you pass try to grab the bananas out of your hand with their trunk. And just the way they eat is quite fun to watch… One of the sugar cane sticks that would’ve taken me a little effort to break, was easily broken in half by an elephants tongue!

Our group ready to feed the hungry beasts!

Our group ready to feed the hungry beasts!

Mmmm breakfast!

Mmmm breakfast! (Photo taken by Karima)

Then we moved on to training. Woody taught us how to get on and off an elephant. ( I think us short people had a disadvantage here!) We also learned some commands before we took the elephants for a little test drive: “how” means stop, “kway” means turn and you kick the opposite ear of the way you want to go, “pai-pai” means straight, and “no-long” means sit down. Then we each had our turn to make a little circle to practice the commands.

Woody showing us how it's done!

Woody showing us how it’s done!

Then we were off for our little jungle trek! The trainers had to walk with us just in case the elephants got out of hand. They are MASSIVE so it would have been really bad if things didn’t go well. The elephant that Karima and I rode was named Kam-klula and we rode her (I believe it was a her…?) bareback. (Many other elephant parks will have you ride on seats that are attached to the elephants back, which is very bad for them! So when looking for elephant parks to go to on your next visit to Thailand, look for one that has your ride the elephants bareback.) I rode up front first, basically on the elephants head. It wasn’t what I expected, though I don’t really know what I was expecting, but the hair on the elephant’s head was really course and pokey. It wasn’t the most comfortable place to sit. Haha and also, the elephants move their head a lot, so it’s not really a smooth ride, but what an experience! We took a little break overlooking a banana tree grove to let the elephants snack and relax for a little bit. Then Karima rode in the front and I rode on the elephant’s back. A much smoother ride, but you have to be careful when passing close to trees… Elephants use trees to help them scratch and if your leg is in the way when he feels the need to scratch, you won’t be feeling too great.

What the top of an elephant's head looks like...

What the top of an elephant’s head looks like…

At the end of our jungle trek, we came to a little lake where we got to bathe the elephants. So much fun! We got to scrub all the dirt that was caked on their bodies and pour water all over them as they laid in the water. Sometimes they would put their whole head under and just keep their trunk above water. Haha a few of them liked to spray a little water out of their trunk, so I got a little bit of that. Then one of the trainers dumped a whole bucket of water on Karima! Haha she tried to get him back, but no luck.

Scrubbing away!

Scrubbing away!

Probably the best part of the day!

Probably the best part of the day!

One of the trainers just threw a bucket of water on Karima!

One of the trainers just threw a bucket of water on Karima!

Plotting some sweet revenge...?

Plotting some sweet revenge…?

And this is what your bum will look like after riding elephants for a day...

And this is what your bum will look like after riding elephants for a day…

Then we were given towels so we could shower before lunch. The provided us with a lovely meal and then we chilled in the hammocks before they brought us back to our guesthouse. What a day! Spending the whole morning with the elephants was such an experience that I will not soon forget! They are massive, but move so gracefully. Gentle giants! I was just in awe of them.

Thank you Kam-klula and the Baan Chang Elephant Park for a wonderful day!!

Thank you Kam-klula and the Baan Chang Elephant Park for a wonderful day!!

When we got back to the guesthouse, Karima and I went off to find the place to get Thai massages. My first Thai massage experience was so great! I felt amazing afterwards, but my masseuse was really concerned about my back. Through hand gestures, we realized that she was trying to tell me that my back is a bit uneven from carrying my bag and she said, “You have time come back?” For $5 USD, most definitely I will be making a trip back!

Later on, Karima and I were heading down to the night market for more smoothies and pad thai, but ran into a HUGE street market! We didn’t know this before, but Chiang Mai holds the Walking Street Market every Sunday evening. Wow! I wished I hadn’t bought so many souvenirs the day before because there were so much more to choose from here and much cheaper! Dang! Oh well, that didn’t stop me from buying more. I got so many earrings for soooo cheap! And I bought some cute new shoes, scarves, necklaces, etc. We of course indulged in the delicious food… Fried spring rolls, fresh strawberries, and popcorn! Buttery, salty popcorn! And of course, smoothies! What a fantastic change of plans for the night!

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Day 3 in Chiang Mai

After breakfast, Boom called a tuk-tuk to bring me to Tiger Kingdom to hang out with some tigers for the morning! On the way, the driver pulled into a gas station to fill up. As we were pulling out, the driver told me that the men at the gas station wanted him to tell me they thought I was very beautiful and wanted to give me a free bottle of water. Haha well thanks.

Tiger Kingdom

When I got to Tiger Kingdom, I had to choose whether I wanted to hang out with the newborns, the baby tigers, the medium tigers, or the big tigers… Go big or go home, right? Well I’m not ready to go home yet, so the big one it is!

I was hoping Tiger Kingdom would be a great place to learn about tigers, like you’d be able to walk through a little museum and read about them, their habits, diet, habitat, etc. On the other hand, I suspected that Tiger Kingdom would be one of those places where they take your money, let you in the cage for 10 minutes to take pictures with the tigers, and then leave. Unfortunately, it was what I had expected. When I got up to the big tigers’ cage to wait for my turn, I was reading the rules posted near the cage entrance. Some of the rules that stood out to me were this: #1 You are not allowed to take your own picture of you and the tiger. (In other words, you can’t be holding the camera and taking a picture of you AND the tiger in the same picture… Someone else has to do it for you.) #2 You are not allowed to ask the trainers to take pictures for you. Well that’s just great… I’m by myself and didn’t want to hire a photographer to take my pictures. So I probably won’t get any pictures with these cats. And on top of that, probably not going to learn anything about them. As luck would have it, the trainer that I went in with spoke English VERY well!! So we were able to talk about the tigers the whole 15 minutes I was in there! AND he swiped my camera from me so he could take tons of pictures of me and the tigers. WIN!! Hope you enjoy my trainer’s photography skills…

Hanging out with the big cats!

Hanging out with the big cats!

Roy is clearly very frightened by me...

Roy is clearly very frightened by me…

Oh, hey Joey!

Oh, hey Joey!

Hanging out with the only female tiger in the cage... Rabbit!

Hanging out with the only female tiger in the cage… Rabbit!

They also had a lion sleeping in his own cage. At first I thought he might be a liger, but no. Just a regular old, lazy lion basking in the sun and taking his morning nap.

Nap time!

Nap time!

After I was done with the big cats, I walked over to look at the little rascals! So cute! One of them must have been pretty naughty because no one was playing with him and he was pacing back and forth trying to get someone’s attention.

When I got back to the guesthouse, Karima and I headed out to get another massage! I just got a back and shoulder massage instead of the full body massage… So great! After that, we rented bicycles from our guesthouse and went out for a little stroll. It was a little strange at first because people in Thailand drive on the left side of the road, but we were fine. We went down to the night market for some of Mrs. Pa’s smoothies and some Pad Thai! I got a strawberry banana smoothie, and seriously, it was the most amazing thing in the world!! And then top that off with some Pad Thai… Heavenly!! A delicious fresh fruit smoothie and a plate full of Pad Thai all for under $2 USD, you can’t possibly go wrong!

I wish we would've done more of this!

I wish we would’ve done more of this!

Later on, we decided that we wanted to have a little night out. Karima wanted to go to a place with live music. We ventured over to the area where we got our massages to check things out. There was a little band playing some reggae music at Zoe Garden, so we popped in there for a spell! After the band was done playing, there was a DJ. A lovely night of drinks, dancing, and checking out the really cute bartender… Thank you Zoe Garden!!

On our walk back, we stopped at a convenience store for some snacks and I found some Cheetoes!! Victory!!

Day 4 in Chiang Mai

Our last day here… I don’t want to leave! It was a pretty relaxing day. Just relaxing at the guesthouse before we head out later today. While I was sitting having breakfast, I heard a big crash out on the street. Across the road from the guesthouse is a really long line up of scooters where the high schoolers park in the morning. A car in the lot next to the guesthouse raced out of the driveway (maybe accidentally slamming on the gas instead of the brake…?) and smashed into a bunch of the scooters. Imagine getting done with school walking to your scooter, only to find it all smashed up and not drive-able. Bad day. It attracted quite the crowd, not unlike any other car accident on this planet.

After that, we packed and checked out. I walked over to the post office to send out some cards and we just hung out at the guesthouse for the rest of the day until we went to the train station.

Good-bye Chiang Mai! It’s been a fabulous time and I hope to see you again someday!!

 

Two Tickets to Paradise!

Next stop: Koh Phi Phi Island!!

Next stop: Koh Phi Phi Island!!

We had a morning flight out of Singapore to Phuket, Thailand! (And it is pronounced poo-ket.) We came to a little surprise at our gate… We were already in the terminal, but they had another security checkpoint right at our gate. So we lost out water bottles and mosquito spray. Feels like we’re in the US again with all of these silly restrictions.

After we landed at the Phuket airport, we took a taxi to the ferry terminal to head out to Koh Phi Phi Island (koh-pee-pee island)!! There were no seats left, so we sat on some benches across from these really loud and obnoxious French Arabs… That was a long 2 hours!

Once we got to the island, we walked around looking for a place to stay for the next couple days. It was really hot and with heavy backpacks, it wasn’t the most enjoyable time. All the hostels and guest houses we stopped at were booked, so we walked away from the hustle and bustle of the port area and found a little resort. It was a bit of a splurge for us at about $53 per night! A cute little room with a porch and a 2 minute walk (if that) to the water!

Leaving our room and ready to hit the beach!

Leaving our room and ready to hit the beach!

After we dropped our stuff off in our room, we walked around a little bit and got some smoothies. My Oreo smoothie was delicious! We found a trail out to Long Beach. It was a nice, long walk/hike through the jungle and past some beaches and bungalows… Worth it! We found a nice spot in the sand and I headed straight for the water! Oh my goodness! The water felt soooo good! Somewhere right between cool and warm… Perfect! Karima joined me a little later and we were chatting with these two girls from England for a while. While we were chatting, I kept feeling these little pokes. Apparently, there’s a little organism in the water and their bites feel like mosquito bites, but they don’t leave any marks.

Beautiful Long Beach!

Beautiful Long Beach!

After we got out of the water and dried off, we walked back and stopped at a little restaurant for dinner. We got a little table with seats on the floor facing the water. Beautiful view!! We were also watching some guys practice for the fire show that happens every night. Pretty cool!

The guys practicing for the fire show!

The guys practicing for the fire show!

Our view for dinner!

Our view for dinner!

We had a little visitor!

We had a little visitor!

Day 2 on Koh Phi Phi

Our second day there, we slept in a little bit and then found a little restaurant for a small breakfast, coffee, free wi-fi, reading, and people watching! We hung out there for quite a while. Not too bad of a view either!

Our view over breakfast!

Our view over breakfast!

Then we walked around for a little shopping and I got a cute little delicious cupcake! Shopping here is all about bargaining, which I’m not particularly good at I don’t think. But they came down on their prices pretty easily, so it wasn’t too bad! The smoothie of the day was apple!

Shopping can be exhausting, so cupcake breaks are always nice!

Shopping can be exhausting, so cupcake breaks are always nice!

Doctor Fish!

Karima caught this awesome shot!

Karima caught this awesome shot!

I had heard about this in Korea, but one of my co-teachers said it’s cheaper in Thailand and since I was planning on coming here I should just wait. So awesome! You first go in and have your feet washed and rinsed by a woman about 15 times.

Prepping dinner for the fish!

Prepping dinner for the fish!

Then she takes you over to a little tank filled with tiny fish. Once you put your feet in, it takes a little bit for the fish to get used to you and then they just dive in for the buffet of dead skin on your feet! It tickled sooo much!

Aaaahahahaha it tickles!!

Aaaahahahaha it tickles!!

It was hard to stay still, but if you move, you’ll scare the fish away. I eventually got used to it, but I would still get surprised by an overwhelming tickling sensation when the fish would try to get in between my toes!

There were also two little Chinese girls in there for their 2nd day in a row… They LOVED it! 🙂

Cuties!

Cuties!

Then we spent another lovely afternoon on the beach and stayed until the sun started setting!!

Time to head back...

Time to head back…

Walking through the jungle trail!

Walking through the jungle trail!

Beautiful!

Beautiful!

Another fabulous view!

Another fabulous view!

For dinner, we got dressed up in some cute little dresses and went out on the town! After a lovely meal of fried noodles, fried shrimp, and a mojito, we took a little stroll around to check out what else was going on. We stopped and watched a little bit of a fire show, had some ice cream, and sat on the ocean wall while looking out at the boats and the stars. A lovely time for our last night here!

Some beautiful ladies right here!

Some beautiful ladies right here!

Pad Thai for Miss Karima!!

Pad Thai for Miss Karima!!

YUM!!

YUM!!

Day 3 on Koh Phi Phi

Sunrise!

Sunrise!

A beautiful morning on Koh Phi Phi Island!

A beautiful morning on Koh Phi Phi Island!

We got up early this last morning so we could take one more trip out to Long Beach. Halfway there, I was thinking about the ferry schedule, the time it takes to get from the ferry terminal to the airport, and our flight later that day. We couldn’t remember if our flight was at 5 pm or 7 pm. If it was at 7 pm, we could take the later ferry like we planned, but if it was 5 pm, we’d have to take the early ferry and wouldn’t make that if we went to the beach. So we walked back to our room to check and found that our flight is going to be at 7 pm. (A good lesson… Make sure you KNOW when your flight times are!) By that time, it was too late to walk back to Long Beach and actually be able to enjoy ourselves. So we just had the buffet breakfast at our resort… Not the greatest. Then we just did our own thing until we had to check out.

Walking back...

Walking back…

After checking out, we left our bags at the desk and ventured off for a couple hours before our ferry was scheduled to leave. We ended up just getting some fruit smoothies (strawberry!) and sitting on the beach close to the port.

Hanging out on the beach!

Hanging out on the beach! Photo by Karima!

Smoothies, Sand, and Flowers... All you need to be happy here!

Smoothies, Sand, and Flowers… All you need to be happy here!

There were a few women there that were laying on the beach topless. It’s so strange to me, coming from Wisconsin and Korea (where Korean women are so modest, with the exception of really short skirts), to see women here not care about showing themselves off at all. I love my boobs, but I’m not willing to show them off to a whole beach full of strangers and wandering eyes. If we were at a beach where everyone was topless, then maybe… but I don’t know. I also think it’s very important to respect the culture of different countries when traveling, especially considering that it is against the law to go topless on a beach in Thailand and it makes Thai people extremely uncomfortable. (When traveling, make sure you look into what’s appropriate and not appropriate for dress attire in the places you’ll be visiting!) There was also a woman there, who was as dark as a Crayola Brown Crayon, caking on her sun oils and soaking up as much rays as she could… Yikes! I do like a little color, but this just looks revolting to me and potentially really dangerous! 

Then we headed to the port to catch the ferry back to Phuket.

Koh Phi Phi filled me with so much happiness! Karima captured this lovely shot on the ferry back to Phuket!

Koh Phi Phi filled me with so much happiness! Karima captured this lovely shot on the ferry back to Phuket!

What a fabulous and relaxing time here!!