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My Travels in 2013.

December 29, 2013
Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
I seriously thought that I didn’t travel much this year until I started writing this post. It may not be as much travels as the other years that passed but there is a reason to it. This year, I have seen a change in trend in my traveling style. I no longer put in as much places to visit in my itinerary – making sure that I stay in each cities at least for 4 full days – at the very least, to be abl

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krabi, Thailand

Things To Do in Krabi: Shop and Eat in Ao Nang.

November 27, 2013
Ao Nang I would say is the tamer version of Patong in Phuket. The streets are lined up with restaurants, bars, hotels, massage/spa parlors, tourist kiosks and the occasional mini markets. We’ve decided to have our dinners in Ao Nang after we’ve tried the very quiet dinner at our hotel – Sofitel. We figured that we want to see some other people around us and not just stare at each other the whole n

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krabi, Thailand

Where I Stayed in Krabi: Sofitel Phokeethra Krabi Golf and Spa Resort

November 25, 2013
The grounds of Sofitel Phokeethra Krabi Golf and Spa Resort
We arrived at Krabi airport at around 1 in the afternoon after an hour and 10-min flight from Bangkok. We took Bangkok Airways which was actually quite good. As We didn’t arrange an airport transfer from the hotel, we booked our ride at the taxi kiosk inside the terminal. Going to Klong Muang from Krabi airport, we were charged THB700 which I think was acceptable specially since the prices are written on the

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Phi Phi Island, Thailand

Amazing Thailand – Phi Phi / Maya Bay

December 9, 2011
maya bay
We took the ferry ride leaving Phuket at 1100hrs. It was THB650 per person including the hotel transfers to and from the airport and an open dated return ticket to Phuket. The ferry was supposed to be a Pichamon 2009 but then we were forced to take a much smaller boat with a capacity of 25 and we were about a hundred in there. And because there were no more seats inside, we had to sit at the deck under the noontime

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