Living on an Island in Southern Thailand we often get caught up in the daily grind. We take for granted the beauty around us. My fiance and I have vowed to travel to as many of the islands in Southeast East Asia as we can. There are thousands of inhabited islands waiting to be explored.
We hopped on our boat and headed off to Yao Noi, the journey can be taken by speedboat in thirty minutes but we chose to slow down and take a long tail boat. Sometimes you need-to slow down a bit.
Phang Nga Bay is dotted with these amazing limestone karsts that emerge from the water in a mythical sort of way.
Once we arrived to Yao Noi we grabbed a local open air taxi and headed off to explore.
There are parts of the Island that are remote and the Island has lots of tropical fruits scattered around.
Long tail fishing boats, many of the locals still fish and live of the bounty of Phang Nga Bay.
The number one thing we wanted to do is relax and enjoy what the Island has to offer.
As we were relaxing on the beach we seen these small sand crabs darting back and forth. Some were forming their rendition of crop circles.
One of the more popular beaches on the Island is Pasai beach. There are lots of swings to sit and take in the breathtaking views.
Spending two days and one night was a quick trip but still relaxing.