Vackra Koh Samet

Balansen är väldigt svår. Vissa vill att jag enbart ska skriva om resor, medans andra vill följa med i mitt vardagliga liv. Därför gör vi såhär, då även jag egentligen tycker att det är en reseblogg. Jag kommer att fokusera på resor i framtida inlägg, och max 1 inlägg/dag om något annat. Ok? 🙂

Kommentera gärna vad ni vill läsa om, vilka resmål? Tips? Mm?

Bjuder på lite bilder från Koh Samet så länge, den mest kända och välbesökta stranden Hat Sai Kaew.

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Jag längtar faktiskt tillbaka dit, väldigt mysigt var det! Vi var där i Mars 2012 senast.

By Bloggithailand.se on 5 april, 2013 · Posted in Koh Samet, Thailand

5 Comments | Post Comment

Filippa says:

Kan du inte skriva lite vart i Thailand ni har varit? Om ni varit på fler ställen än koh lanta o koh samet? Ska åka och backpacka i vinter och vill veta lite vart man ska åka!!

Kram Filippa

Posted on april 5th, 2013

Bloggithailand.se says:

Absolut! Kolla in denna länk, så ser du vår senaste resa, http://bloggithailand.se/category/thailand-14-jan-12-feb-2013/

Posted on april 6th, 2013

Jennie says:

Gärna en sammanfattning över vilka öar ni besökte nu 2013 och hur länge ni stannade på varje ställe.
Vet ej om du redan gjort det. Kan inte minnas att jag läst det på bloggen iaf.

Posted on april 5th, 2013

Bloggithailand.se says:

Absolut! Det ska jag göra 🙂 I denna kategori http://bloggithailand.se/category/thailand-14-jan-12-feb-2013/ kan du läsa om våra dagar, kortfattat, vart vi var, vart vi bodde osv 🙂 Allt bloggat från mobilen. Nu lägger jag upp allt från kameran, mer detaljerat 🙂

Posted on april 6th, 2013

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