Posts Tagged ‘Ko Tao’

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I like to think that my life is like a Corona Commercial.  And if you haven’t seen a Corona Commercial, well to sum it up, they typically look a little something like this, Tropical Paradise: Palm trees and crystal, clear, blue water.   Of course, the thing that is missing is my laying in a lawnchair sipping a Corona, but trust me, there was plenty of that going on, well, not Corona, Beer Chang (only Thailand’s finest).


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Longtail boats are the way of travel around the islands in Thailand.  The way they are shaped allows the most beautiful sillohettes!  I loved the cloud formations and the rays of sunlight that seem to be bursting through!

What a wonderful, peaceful weekend on Ko Tao!

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I was on Ko Tao this weekend (which explains the lack of posts!), which is an absolutely beautiful island off the coast of my town.  It’s a jungle-like island with pristine beaches and wonderful hikes!  I thought of this idea when I was eating dinner and rushed back to my bungalow to attempt it.  I know the light on the left is bright, but I kind of liked how it gives it more of a “heavenly” feel, or the opposite. 

What do you think?

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