Thailand Travels

The rest of our days in Samui were perfect. Think boat trips to secret islands and BBQ’s full of prawns.IMG_6718IMG_6719Relaxing on the beachIMG_2903IMG_2871

It was perfect.IMG_6483

I’ll say it before and I’ll say it again, Thailand has the best seafood. We got these fresh from the fish market down the road, and they’re incredibly cheap. They actually taste like the ocean, mmm.

On our last night in Samui it happened to be my parents 21st wedding anniversary, so Mitch and I took them to a gorgeous restaurant on Bangrak beach called Oceans 11. Let me show you a couple of the dishes we ate – as usual I couldn’t wait to take photos of all the dishes, but these were easily the best.IMG_6469Scallops and asparagus in a creamy sauce.IMG_6471And the Oceans Lamb Rack..perfect. We also shared the chocolate soufflé cake but unfortunately I never got a photo of that – But I highly highly recommend it. You will probably be so full, but you have to share it with someone, it can’t be missed! IMG_4657Then it was bye-bye Samui and hello Phuket.IMG_0585I just love palm trees – I think they are my favourite type of tree. I especially love just seeing the black silhouette when the sun is beginning to set.IMG_4669We stayed in the same place as last time, Rawai Palm Beach Resort and we got the same pool front villas because lets be honest, who doesn’t want to open their baloney doors to this?IMG_4495 IMG_4537We only had a couple of nights in Phuket, so we spent them both in Sunshine Bar and laughed till our tummies hurt.IMG_2884 Long Island Ice Teas…deadly but delicious!IMG_2835 IMG_2834 IMG_6562IMG_6516IMG_6519Until next time, Thailand xIMG_2806Let me know if you have ever been to Thailand?

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