Koh Mak Island

One hour by speed boat from Koh Chang Island, Koh Mak is a small, beautiful island, only 16 square meters. So wild and undeveloped, that even the Russians from Koh Chang didn’t venture here. But the Germans, Scandinavians and one Canadian – Romanian did, in search of adventure, peacefulness and close to nature living.

Flying Thai Airways for the first time was “smooth as silk”. Fasten your seat belts and enjoy the flight!

“The First Choice Carrier with Touches of THAI”

THAI Airways has its origins in 1960 as a joint venture between Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and Thailand’s domestic carrier, Thai Airways Company.

Photos and Quotes

Spring is nature’s way of saying, ‘Let’s party!’ – Robin Williams

Part of Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk, the Bangkok Photo Walk took place around the Hua Lamphong Train Station area of Bangkok, few years ago. The purpose of the walk was to document the life in the Soi’s of Bangkok and to enter the Scott Kelby’s competition.

High Park and humans in lockdown. But Nature is untouched by the pandemic and flourish into beauty, every Spring, year after year. Humans can only watch and hope for better times.

Welcome to High Park, Toronto! Second year of pandemic. A big chunk of the park is surrounded by metal fences to avoid people crowding to watch the cherry blossoms. But there are a few lonely cherry trees that escaped the “lockdown”. And getting closer with a camera, can bring out the beauty and delicacy of the fragile cherry blossom flowers.

A visit to Chitwan National Park elephant breeding centre

Updated post with photos. Part of the Indochina Tour.

After trekking in the Annapurna Mountains and relaxing in Pokhara, I joined the G Adventures in one-of-a-kind tour to Delhi, passing through Varanasi and Jaipur.

Our first stop was the Chitwan National Park (Nepal), UNESCO World Heritage Site. We visited the elephant breeding centre and as always, I broke free from the group and went in a village to take photos and talk with the villagers. The people in Nepal are very friendly and the children always ask for photos.

Getting close to elephants is an unforgettable experience. Enjoy the photos.