A taste of my recent island hopping in Thailand’s Andaman Sea.
A dog hangs out by a long tail boat on Ko Muk, with Ko Kradan in the distance.
Tracks in the sand, Ko Libong.
Sea-side road, Ko Sukorn.
I'd never seen flowers like the ones on Ko Bulon Lae.
Vibrant boats, Ko Lipe.
Motorbiking through Ko Libong's jungle.
A low tide scene from Ko Muk's beach village.
Ko Sukorn's mangroves at high tide.
Police station, Ko Bulon Lae.
Local kids on Ko Libong.
Rubber trees on Ko Sukorn.
Raw rubber being tapped on Ko Bulon Lae.
These things are everywhere on Ko Bulon Lae; this one was about four feet long.
Don't fall baby goat!
The locals of Ko Sukorn sure love their caged birds.
Local garments drying, Ko Bulon Lae.
Hard working tuk tuk driver, near Trang.
"Solitude", Ko Kradan
Jungle hillside at noon, Ko Libong.
Pristine ocean-jungle scene, Ko Libong.
Inexperienced long tail operators, Ko Kradan.
Mystical shutters, Pakbara.
Had to include at least one island sunset, this one from Ko Libong.
Fluorescent snorkelling on Ko Lipe.
Self portrait, on a deserted Ko Ngai beach.