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I took a day tour with Siam Adventure World in Phuket and it will be something I will always remember – here’s some images I took along the way…

At 8:30am I was picked up from my hotel and transferred to Siam Adventure World’s tour office at Phuket Marina. Here is the journey from Phuket Marina ~

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Our first destination was Phang Nga Bay – also known as James Bond Island ~ as seen in ‘007 The man with the golden gun”.

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We really weren’t there for very long. We were given half an hour to walk around and do what we like – there are stalls, bathrooms and an opportunity to swim – although most of the people on my tour opted to wait until we were at the beach later on.

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From here we made our way to Mangrove Cave for canoeing. We did not actually canoe ourselves – in groups of two we were put onto a canoe with one of the tour guides and they paddled for us as we were free to take photos and enjoy the view as we glided through caves and mangroves.

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While we were canoeing one of the many tiny rain clouds gave us a break from the beaming sunshine ~

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Then there was more of this ~

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KOH PANYEE. A place I NEVER thought I would EVER come to. I’ve seen it in documentaries and shows like ‘The Amazing Race’ but I never thought I would actually step onto the floating football field – this is where we stopped for lunch.

On the floating village we passed a school…

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After lunch it was off to some more beautiful sites.

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Then to some more caves – Ice Cream Cave. The name really got to me in the heat. There were no ice creams sadly. Here we were given a helmet and a torch. The cave is small so we really just went in – took a look at the view at the end and returned to the boat. On the boat there are soft drinks, water and snacks free of charge.

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The rest of the day was breezy. Swimming time. Snorkels are not provided because there isn’t anything to look at under the water – and try spot the guy walking around with the Slow Loris! He let me hold it and now I want one. I REALLY REALLY WANT ONE.

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We were back at the marina by about 5:30pm and then it was straight into the transfers back to the hotel – you can also purchase a DVD of all of the images the photographer took throughout the day.

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  • Reply
    Deborah Dickson-Smith
    30/05/2015 at 10:14 am

    No photo of the slow loris?

    • Reply
      30/05/2015 at 10:39 am

      No 🙁 it costed money and my wallet was on the boat. CAN I HAVE ONE

  • Reply
    30/05/2015 at 12:56 pm

    Wonderful pictures! They really capture the places 🙂

  • Reply
    01/06/2015 at 1:30 pm

    […] I took too many photos to include in this story – so if you want a more visual idea of the journey check out my ‘PHANG NGA BAY AND BEYOND; PHOTO DIARY’. […]

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