The Thailand Diaries: The Fat Pig, Koh Lanta

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I thought that this restaurant deserved its own blog post, since as you may have already read in my blog post about Koh Lanta, it was one of the best restaurants I ate in during my recent two week trip to Thailand.

Now, I’m a bit spoilt when it comes to Thai food. In Bournemouth there is a stunning Thai restaurant called Koh Thai (I’ve reviewed it here), which offers a delicious menu of Thai and Thai fusion meals. I eat there pretty frequently, so my expectations of Thai food are pretty high. I expect it delicious, consistently. Continue reading

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The Thailand Diaries: Ao Nang, Railay Beach and Krabi

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We decided to go to fly from Chiang Mai to Krabi, in order to spend time in Ao Nang, due to its easy access to the south islands. We only booked a few days here, as it was only ever meant to be a stop gap to go to Railay Beach and mooch about before we went on to Koh Lanta.

We were really pleasantly surprised with Ao Nang, though, and could definitely have spent at least another two days there. Railay actually turned out to be one of my favourite beaches that we visited in Thailand, and Ao Nang turned out to be quite foodie hotspot with a wealth of great restaurants (picking just one from the huge list of high-scoring restaurants on Trip Advisor was quite a the task). Continue reading

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The Thailand Diaries: Bangkok

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Buddah statues in Wat Pho

If you don’t follow me on Instagram , (boo!) you won’t have seen me spamming the internet about my recent trip to Thailand. And if you love crystal blue seas, Asian food and travel-inspo, boy have you been missing out.

I’ve had my sights set on Thailand for years now, and it was definitely number 2 on the ‘must-visit’ list after Japan. So, naturally, it was only a matter of time before I bought my ticket. Continue reading

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