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You will find archive pictures you may have seen already in the blog, as well as, a new bunch of more pictures! Showing you around in Spain, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand, Reunion and more!
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Surin Islands panoramic view.
Did you know I run a blog as well? I usually share many more stories, those that don’t fit here in the gram, however, I feel like sharing them there. As part of the first half of this year trip, we stopped in Thailand, and one of the most beautiful places we visited was the island of Koh Phayam, probably never heard of it, I hadn’t before the trip either.
We were looking for a place where there weren’t, cars or the full moon parties, and the life of locals was a bit more authentic than fully serve tourists, all that without skipping the pristine waters, beautiful corals and amazing white sand beaches.
Located in the west coast of Thailand, in the Andaman Sea, some even say Koh Phayam is what Koh Samui was 30 years ago. I have no doubts.
But I want you to feel the same, so head over my profile link and visit the blog story, better on the desktop. There, you will find many more pictures as well as a narrative style written diary of what we did there.
This whole fissure slowly is becoming a new crater, and that's how earth unfolds, can't believe I saw the starting of the eruption, and how it had changed over time.
La Reunion, previously Île Bourbon. The island is 63 km long, 45 km wide, a total of 2,512 km2 of awesomeness!
Swipe left to see a few more impressions of the Plage de l'Hermitage. Of course by drone, otherwise impossible unless a helicopter. Generally calm waters, the lagoons are formed by corals not older than 8000 years, about 500m wide. It’s also shark safe so you can have a bath and enjoy the usually 22 to 30 ° C.
I had seen whales the day before, and the last thing I was expecting was to see them again, I was shaking while prepping the drone and flying towards those whales I had seen from shore. Soon they were gone, they had come up, catch a breath and went deep down again, so I hover around, scared my battery would not last, decided to send the drone back home. On my return I found them! So close to them this time, as I had the drone not too high, once again I was nervous as hell, but I could follow their moves for a bit before those warnings about my battery wouldn’t last too long. .
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