Phang Nga Bay, Krabi, Thailand

Liz has been working on a new banner for our youtube channel. It’s been a great exercise for her as it’s taught her how to use Photoshop properly. It’s a creative distraction for her and she came up with a great new banner. Go check it out when you’re next on youtube.

One of the photos she was planning to use but didn’t was a picture we took with the drone back in Thailand, which we have reworked a bit. We thought we’d post it here for fun.

As always, thanks for supporting us and allowing us to share our adventure with you.

Peace and fair winds

Liz, Jamie and Millie xxx

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4 Comments on “Phang Nga Bay, Krabi, Thailand”

  1. LOVE YOU GUYS TO BITS….just have to tell you that now that I too have time on my hands. You opened up the SE Asian world to me in a way that I would not be able to see myself. Though I was once was on a sailboat for an extended time in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands in the early ’90s. It is good that Liz’s back got attended to and Millie seems somewhat better than before. The world has turned upside down – how we get out is anyone’s best guess. In Canada, most provinces are practicing physical distancing, with only essential stores open; however, I’m not sure it is working all that great. NYork City has surpassed China’s numbers (if there were indeed accurate!) Very stressful for so very many everywhere…hard to fathom. I was so looking forward to your continued journey to Japan, Alaska and down the B.C. coastline. I also follow ‘Life is Like Sailing’. So from B.C. Canada, I wish you and yours well, be brave, safe and strong…this too shall hopefully pass.

    1. Thanks for your message and for sharing some of your life with us. We still intend to get to Japan, Canada and Alaska. Not sure when, though, at the moment! Peace and fair winds.

  2. Very interested to see your videos of Miri. Brought back memories. My partner and I did that route from Phuket and onwards to Philippines, where we cruised for 2 1/2 years as far north as Subic. Then eventually became a bit intense so we headed back to Singapore in 2017 and shipped boat to Turkey which we have also enjoyed greatly—–well until Covid19 stopped plans for now!
    Very best wishes, David & Melanie (Philippina)

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