4 white flowers found outside a museum in Luang Prabang.
A palm tree outside the gates of Angkor Wat.
Angkor Wat on a sunny afternoon
The city of Bangkok shown from the backside of the Mango Lagoon. One of the guest houses we stay at.
Barcelona the bungalows we stayed at for 5 days on Haad Yuan Beach, a true paradise.
Flamingos that can be seen at the Chiang Mai Zoo.
Hanif, a Free and Easy Traveller relaxing at Lake Cheow Lan, in Kah Sok.
One of the Jungle view points in Khao Sok.
A Snake “Charmer” holds up a king Cobra, later we got to pet him, apparently its supposed to bring good luck.
Koh Phi Phi from the Tsunami evacuation viewpoint. Filled with great beaches, diving, snorkeling, partying this island offers it all.
A long tail boat at sunset on lake Cheow Lan. It’s not a white sandy beach but this was truly another jungle paradise.
The sun is setting behind the mountains of Vang Vieng across from our bungalows.
The sun sets behind the hills of Luang Prabang.
A jaguar is trying to get some meat on stick that is available for purchase for about 30 baht.
The island of Maya Bay where the movie "The Beach" was filmed taken from the ferry.
A close up of the one of 3 pandas at the Chiang Mai zoo. The only in captivity in SE Asia.
The male Panda from the Chiang Mai Zoo eating some bamboo
An odd boat sits on the bay off of Pranang beach, taken from the cave viewpoint.
A panoramic image of Pranang beach during sunset, in Railey.
The Raffelesia the world’s largest flower it only blooms in November and December for 1 week at a time. We had to hike uphill through the jungle for almost 2 hours then hike out just to see the flower
West Railey and Pranang beach from the ferry from Koh Phi Phi.
A taxi boat at Rantee Bay in Koh Phi Phi, about a 30 minute hike over the view point or a 5 minute boat ride.
We were the winners of the 2009 Barcelona beach volleyball tournament.
Colin, a F&E leader, enjoys some frisbee on the beach of Haad Yuan
Devon getting ready for an intense final round
The games got intense but we came out on top.
The sun is setting behind the horizon of West Railey. Well known for their amazing sunsets.
One of the stunning waterfalls in Luang Prabang
Another one of the waterfalls of Luang Prabang.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia.
One of the faces etched into the walls of the temples of Angkor.
A different variation of the faces carved in the walls and pillars, one among many.
A Cambodian local outside one of the smaller temples of Angkor.
The bridge crossing into one of the Angkor temples.
The tree roots entangle themselves over the walls of the temple where the movie Tomb Raider was filmed.
The roots grow all over the temple walls.
Angkor Wat, Cambodia
Barcelona bungalows, Koh Phangan on a sunny afternoon.
An odd, blue bug sits on a small tree outside smileys bungalows.
Our returning long tail boat ride from the lake bungalows in Khao Sok.
The Thai/Cambodian border.
A lady during a traditional Cambodian dance.
F&E leader, Colin Ward, enjoys a beverage on our ferry ride to Railey.
The young boy from the lake bungalows stares curiously into the camera.
The view behind where we were rock climbing on East Railey.
A close up of the Emerald Buddha.
Its called The Emerald Buddha which is actually made of Jade, This monument is only allowed to be touched by the king and only 3 times a year to change its attire depending on the 3 seasons winter, ho
One of the fire shows at the Ibiza Bar in Koh Phi Phi.
Fire show in Koh Phi Phi.
Fire works for the kings birthday
The giant gold Buddha of Wat Pho in Bangkok.
The brightly coloured walls of the Grand Palace in Bangkok.
Our F&E group at Pranang beach in Railey.
Our group at one of the large waterfalls in Chiang Mai right before our 3 day jungle trek.
Haad Yuan during the start of monsoon season at twilight hours.
The waves on Haad Yuan.
Jeff, our Free and Easy leader, on our Maya bay sunset boat tour in Koh Phi Phi.
Jeff walking the walls of Angkor Wat.
Lanterns fill the sky during the Loi Krathong festival right above the houseboat where we had dinner in Nong Kai.
Lanterns streak through the sky during the Loi Krathong festival in Thailand.
Bantie Sray (the Lady temple), located near Sieme Reap in Cambodia.
The sun sets behind the hills of Vang Vieng.
The streets are lit up and the locals are preparing baskets of food for the monks.
A monarch butterfly in the butterfly sanctuary at the orchid farm in Chiang Mai.
Giant statues are scattered all over the gardens in Nong Kai. The giant Naga was the most interesting of them all.
Half way through our 3 day jungle trek we ride elephants for 3 hours to the next village, A much more amazing and unique elephant ride then what I have seen in other places around Thailand.
The new moon on the kings birthday.
The monks gather every morning to receive food from the local people of Luang Prabang.
This is an little event that happens every morning around 6 am, which is quite the spectacle to see.
A very unique lifestyle compared to what we are used to here in Canada.
The panda of the Chaing Mai zoo enjoying some bamboo.
The sunsets over the horizon on Pranang beach in Railey.
A typical sunset in Railey.
It was never a dull sunset in Railey.
The Raffelesia the worlds largest flower found in Khao Sok Thailand.
A Taxi boat on Rantee Bay in Koh Phi Phi
A successful day on the beach
Me petting a tiger at the tiger temple in Chiang Mai.
A child is asleep in the hammocks at Smiley’s Bungalows in Khao Sok.
The many statues in Nong kai, an extremely interesting and photographic place.
The lovely spider camping out beside our bungalows in Railey.
As long as he was in his web I didn’t have to worry where he was.
No idea what kind of spider this is.
Big yawn from a sleepy tiger in the tiger temple.
A close up of these amazing creatures. Yes I got that close.
Getting ready for a nap.
Our tour guide leading us through the temples of Angkor.
A young boy in the last village on our 3 days jungle trek.
One of the stunning waterfalls of Luang Prabang.
A giant waterfall right before our 3 day jungle trek.
The Giant gold Buddha of Wat Pho.
A west Railey sunset....again....