Travelling Thailand

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Hello everyone!

I noticed that my blog post full of photos from the UK seemed very popular, and as those are also one of my favourite types of blog posts, I thought I'd do another one. This blog post is full of photos from Thailand which is where I spent my Christmas this year!

I absolutely loved it, and it was the first time I've ever visit Asia. I loved the culture, it's so different and amazing! I'd like to say though, that these photos aren't of the best quality, because 1) they were all taken with my crappy digital camera from about 2002, and 2) all of these were taken before I knew anything about photography, and so they're all quite rushed and not the best. I thought the elements of some of them were quite interesting though, so I thought I'd share them with all of you!



This *little* gem's name was Pheung Wan, and she was so cute.

Me and my Dad actually went there on a kitesurfing holiday, so here's a photo of me on the beach we went to, carrying my kite!


I just really love the perspective of this photo, and there were shells like this absolutely everywhere!

The obligatory palm tree photo you'd expect a teenage girl to take on an exotic holiday.



This is one of the most gorgeous places I've ever been. It was an old throne inside a cave we hiked to, and it was such a beautiful place.

I love these types of flowers!

This Christmas was the first time I'd seen elephants (except from in Australia Zoo), and they are now officially my favourite animals. They are so friendly, and eat a heck load of bananas!

I loved these trousers - I wore them every single day we went to a temple, because long trousers were obligatory. I ended up with about 4 pairs by the end of our trip, and I'm trying to find a situation where it might be appropriate to wear them back in Northern Europe. 

Gold, gold everywhere!



Don't you just love my jumpsuit? I definitely do.

Those are all the photos I'll be sharing with you today. I thought some of you might be interested in seeing what I thought of it, and I truly can't tell you enough how much I loved it.

On a slightly relevant note, I'll be going to New York next week! It probably seems like I go gallivanting around the world every other weekend, but I swear, this is a very rare occurrence for me. Anyway, my point being, what type of blog posts would you guys like to see from New York? There'll definitely be a few filled with photos, but would you be interested in my travel essentials, things to see in New York, or something along those lines? Let me know!

Lastly, as you've all noticed by now I assume, if you're reading this blog post, I've changed the URL of my blog, and the design and layout. I just wasn't happy with the one I had, and I always knew 'creativecupoftea' was just a URL for me to have until I could come up with a new one. What do you think of it?


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21 comments

  1. Hi! Love your post, those shells are so gorgeous it seems like they're not real! Also yes I love the playsuit! Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog, -we should stay in touch, I'd love to make some blogger friends! If you want to get to know each other you should email me or something! Links are on my blog! littlemisscazzie.blogspot.com xx

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    1. Thank you! And yes, I'd love to get to know you! I'll email you as soon as I get around to it, I'm quite the procrastinator! In the mean time, do you have twitter or anything of the sort that makes it easier to chat? :)

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  2. I'm so jealous that you met some elephants! Oh my gosh, so beautiful. Yes, that jumpsuit is amazing!

    doitfortheirony.com / creative lifestyle blog.

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    1. Yes, thailand is such an amazing place and the elephants were so friendly! Thank you!

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  3. Gorgeous photos x love the jumpsuit!
    Much Love | Trillu.com

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  4. Great post! I loved all the beautiful pictures. I would love to travel their one day too. :D

    http://perlasancheza.blogspot.com/

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    1. Thanks! Thailand is definitely somewhere I'd recommend travelling to, I loved it!

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  5. Wow! I love all those gold details you captured in your shots, and i can't believe you got so close to the elephant! I wouldnt dare get that near to it, although its one cute elephant!
    Hope you enjoy new york!!

    X, Carina
    Running White Horses | Fashion + Travel

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    1. Thank you! They're really not that scary, but I can see how one might find them so :)

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  6. Ooo I would love to go to Thailand, your photos are lovely!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style & Beauty Blog

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    1. Thank you! It really is a lovely place.

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  7. wow gorgeous pictures!

    All the best,
    xx
    www.debbieariella.com

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  8. These shots are amazing! You really have a talent! I love all the colours and design :)

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    1. Thank you so much! That really means a lot :)

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  9. I really loved my time in Thailand! Your photos are really lovely, you have a great eye! I'm a photographer so if you ever need any tips, look no further :)

    Dani x

    honeyjustforme.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you! I try, but I'm not the best at it! Thanks for offering your help though, I'll be sure to take you up on it!

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  10. Oh my gosh, I love Thailand - probably because I'm half Thai. xD But still, I love it there. Which city did you visit?

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    1. We spent most of our time in a town called Paknampram, which is south of Hua Hin. We also went to Bangkok for a few days. I loved Thailand too!

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