Backpacking South East Asia

Krabi Province – living with the locals

With setting an initial goal, of never falling into pattern or adapting to any means of a “comfort zone”, it came time to push the boundaries, and immerse myself into the lively hood of the Thai people in Krabi Province. I spent a rough 5 hours, cruising the streets on my mo-ped, searching for the beaten path that would lead me into the unmarked territory where no tourist has gone.

I reached my goal, and had some stories along the way:)

3 super down to earth girls I dormed with from England. Jenny, Charlette and Amy. These girls are some respectable women, traveling the world for almost a year now and not even 21!
3 super down to earth girls I dormed with from England. Jenny, Charlette and Amy. These girls are some respectable women, traveling the world for almost a year now and not even 21!
Here's a pic of a mafia home. Can't really tell from the pic but there's about 20+ gambling and drinking under the over hang. They weren't ok with me taking pics so i just took one and zoomed off haha
Here’s a pic of a mafia home. Can’t really tell from the pic but there’s about 20+ gambling and drinking under the over hang. They weren’t ok with me taking pics so i just took one and zoomed off haha
food vendors are the way to go if your eating on a budget. $3 will get me about 3 chicken skewers which will do me good for a couple of hours.
food vendors are the way to go if your eating on a budget. $3 will get me about 3 chicken skewers which will do me good for a couple of hours.
this guy saved me big time. I was 30 something miles out from where my hostel was, caught in another monsoon. If it wasn't for his help who knows when or how I would have made it back.
this guy saved me big time. I was 30 something miles out from where my hostel was, caught in another monsoon. If it wasn’t for his help who knows when or how I would have made it back.
couple of young girls playing hop scotch on their school playground.
couple of young girls playing hop scotch on their school playground.
SAM_0246
cruising through the ghetto like what it doooo
back country
back country
back country part 2 no tourists allowed
back country part 2 no tourists allowed
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