Camping @ Koh Wang Nok, Khanom Part:1

So our trip started out from Jungle Roots Bar @ Kwang Pao Beach where we gathered 9.am to load all our stuff into the longtail boat. The boat ride out to Koh Wang Nok then took 30-40 min, the Sea was just perfect and still with no waves in sight.

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Our friend brought his little puppy dog  FoFo aswell so Cissi had a friend to play with. :)

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Outside Jungle Roots Bar, Kwang Pao Beach, Khanom.

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As I had been to Koh Wang Nok before, one time last year I thought it was a good idea to go to the West side of the Island where ”P’Sua”(Tiger) aka Robinson lives. He is the caretaker of the Island and stays there permanently with his 3 dogs and random fishermen who dock there from time to time.

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P’Sua was happy to see us and the gifts we came bearing. But he was a little bit concerned over that we brought our two dogs cause one of his pitbulls would kill them in a second he said. And we believed him and decided to set up our Camp as far away from his house as possible(200m:). He kept his dog in a chain the whole weekend for our safety. So no problem, and the other two dogs of his was super friendly.

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We found a good spot for our tents and then we just enjoyed the Island.

Swimming, Sunbathing, Shellhunts, Fishing, Rafting, Trekking, Music & Drinks etc.

A nice, relaxing good Day! :)

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Our first evening we had a great time going around with the raft in the glittery water. The Sunset was beautiful and we ate superfresh fish bbq, drank and enjoyed ourselves under the Stars. <3

Oh take me back to this beautiful untouched Island! Im starting to realize more and more that luxury isn’t expensive hotels, fancy cars & gold and diamonds.. At least not for me! For me it is places like this Island where you can be alone on a white beach, swim in the clear water and enjoy unspoiled nature and life in the Sea as you hardly don’t see it anymore. Feeling so blessed.

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Good Camping BAD End!

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So this Camping tour we went out to one of the Islands just outside Khanom and had an AMAZING time there!! So chilled and nice Island, Koh Wang Nok<3

Enjoyed myself a lot only sad that on the way back from the Island to Khanom in the Longtail boat a FREAKIN CENTIPEDE bit me! What are the odds on that? In a boat? :/ So the last days I had some severe pain, fever and a swollen face.. But today Im feeling much better! :)

Will post some more Camping pics in the near future.

Good Night..

The ultimate Camping experiance✨

Tomorrow it’s finally time for a Camping trip out on the Islands outside Khanom! So EXCITED as this has been on my wishlist for 2 years! Yaaaay!! :)

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We are a group of eight people including my brother who just got here. We will go over the Weekend so pictures will be up next week. Good Times to come….:)

The Hut @ Koh Lanta <3

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When we went to Lanta we stayed @ ”The Hut” that is located next to the Klong Nin Beach. Just a cozy and perfect place to stay with a oldstyle Bamboo hut feeling. The owners and the staff are so friendly so it felt good to be back there for our third visit in 2 years.

Can’t wait to go back there again.. ;)

Overworked’ Elephant Collapses And Dies Under Tourists’ Weight

This makes me very upset. How can tourists ”not know” anymore? Show this smart, beautiful & special animals some RESPECT!

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Picture by : Flickr/Alex Valavanis

”The industry often takes young calves from their herds in the wild and subjects them to a painful ”breaking” process in which they are beaten until they obey their handlers.”

https://www.thedodo.com/overworked-elephant-dies-tourists-vietnam-1034958916.html?utm_source=int

http://www.responsibletravel.com/holidays/elephant-conservation/travel-guide