Hello and welcome to yet another travel post. I will continue to post some more content from Chiang Mai as I did spend quite some time there but I will also move to a new location in this post. After this trip, I went to a few smaller cities where pretty much no foreigners go and there isn't much to see either so there aren't many photos from there. After this post, it will jump forward at least a month in time.
Anyway, let's get to it. The first photos are going to be from the second "glamping" spot we stayed at. This was on another mountain than the one in the previous post. In my opinion, this was much better and the view was actually quite impressive. I took a photo during the evening when we arrived and then I took another one in the morning. I'll start with the morning one first though.
This was the view from our "tent". It was a similar one to the many tents you see in this photo. Pretty cozy and all but it was super busy and people bring a lot of kids to these places. Was still really cool though and nothing beats barbeque with this view.
I tried to take the photos from the same angle and I guess I did a pretty OK job. Could always be better though. After this, we drove down the mountain and drove to a temple that is up on one of these mountains. Cool place and you have to walk up quite a lot of stairs to get there. Honestly surprised people don't just pass out and roll down with the heat that goes on there.
Really beautiful place though and I enjoy walking around temples. Such a calm energy there.
The next couple of photos will only be a teaser for what's to come. I went to Koh Samui and Koh Pha Ngan which are these beautiful islands in southern Thailand. Everything is so nice out there from the water to all the amazing beaches.
This is the famous Haad Rin beach where the monthly Full Moon Party is held. What a crazy place this turns into at night. Definitely worth a visit if you are ever in the area.
During my stay at the islands, we decided to go on a day trip which takes you to most of them and you have time to explore, snorkel and just enjoy life. This one is called the pig island and it's actually full of pigs.
You can go there on a boat or you can rent a jet ski and go that way. I went for the boat ride since the jet skis are pretty expensive. One day I will go with the jet skis though.
So that's it for the teaser but I won't leave you with only that. I also wanted to end this post with some cool animals I've seen along the way. It's not monkeys this time!
I went to a cat cafe where they had a lot of different cats and I loved it. The Sphinx cat immediately jumped into my arms and was super cuddly. Never seen one before and I have to say that they are awesome. I wish I could have taken her home lol.
They also happened to have a baby fox there which was really cool too. They make the weirdest sounds but are super cute animals. Last but not least we have the panda of Chiang Mai. The first time I went to the zoo the panda was actually asleep so I didn't get to see it. I had to go there a whole second time just to see it. Totally worth it though. I love pandas.
Ok, so that's it for my post today. I hope you like the photos and I am super excited for the next post. I had a really amazing time in both of these places and you will see next time exactly why. Thanks for taking the time to check out my content and see you next time.