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Goodbye Thailand

Goodbye Thailand This is my last photo of Thailand. It’s a horribly taken photo of people chilling out at the full moon party on Koh Chang.  Ended up overstaying my visit in Thailand by 17 days which meant that as I crossed the border to Cambodia, I had to pay around $300 bucks to get out of Thailand.  Months and months upon traveling and I have to say that that was my biggest faux pas.  Though it cost me a pretty penny I have to say that Thailand and the time that I spent there were well worth it.

Floating Decoration

Floating Decoration Phil and Cee in the ocean lighting their decoration and seeing it float off.  The hilarious things about this moment was that one of the decorations completely went up in flames as it was floating away…omen? hahaha

Full Moon Party

Full Moon Party Photos of the beginning of the full moon party on Koh Chang.  Not the same as the famous full moon on Koh Phangan but still fun and crazy to say the least…glad I made this my last night in Thailand.   Wish I had better photos but this is all I got.

Barrio Bonito Receipt

Barrio Bonito Receipt Hahahaha…ridiculous!  19 beers, 6 cocktails, and a full dinner for 3 at the Barrio Bonito on Koh Chang cost us about $98.  Dirt cheap considering how much we consummed (but expensive for Thailand standards).  Hellllllllllla good meal and well worth it.

Barrio Bonito – Best Mexican Food

Barrio Bonito – Best Mexican Food I can’t believe I’m saying this considering I live in L.A. and have been to Mexico a number of times but the Mexican food at the Barrio Bonito in Lonely Beach, Koh Chang, Thailand has got to be some of the best Mexican food I have ever had.  The owners, Marianna (Mexican) and Julien (French), are ridiculous cool and young and I’m jealous they have a restaurant/accommodation on Koh Chang…they live “the life”.  And to top it off the food is insanely good…something I never expected so far away from the motherland.  If you go to Koh Chang definitely...

Giant Gecko

Giant Gecko Photo of a giant gecko on Koh Chang, Thailand.  To put it in perspective (cause it’s hard to tell by the photograph) – look at the size of it’s body compared to the 2 x 6 wall paneling.  The gecko is clearly larger. I would say that it was about the size of my forearm.  HELLLLLLA big for a lizard.

Poolside

Poolside Across from our guesthouse was a mexican restaurant with a pool…Instead of heading to the beach we choose to spend the day in the pool drinking margaritas and beer.  Lonely Beach, Koh Chang, Thailand.

Loi Krathong Festival

Loi Krathong Festival Back on Koh Chang.  Though I was planning on heading back to the mainland for the Cambodian border, Phil and Serena convinced me to stay for the full moon party.  Since I hadn’t been to one I figured it wouldn’t hurt and though I realized that my visa had expired, the full moon party was something I had to stay for.  The night of the full moon party also happened to be the annual night of Loi Krathong (translates to “Floating Decoration”). The decorations are made out of lotus-shaped containers created by weaving banana leaves together in a particular way, and adding in...

The People You Meet

The People You Meet My chameleon color is yellow…yellow for friendship.  This photo is a picture of an eldery British couple we met on Koh Mak at a random restaurant in the middle of nowhere on the island.  We sat with them for dinner and drinks and had a great time hanging out with them.  The next when we were leaving the island, we took the shuttle from our accommodation across the island to the dock to get take the ferry back to Koh Chang.  To our surprise, when we arrived at the dock we bumped into the eldery couple who came to the dock to bid us farewell. The touching thing about this memory is...

R & R

R & R Chilling on the beach at Monkey Island on Koh Mak, Thailand.
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