This is just a flower that was at the resort I stayed at. I'm not sure what type it is, but it looks pretty. :)
This just amazed me! There are many market stall-holders that drive their entire stalls around on a motorbike! I think WorkSafe would probably have something to say about this...
The "Andaman Dancer II". I think it's probably seen better days to be honest. Not so much a dancer anymore. :P
A common way of getting around on waterways in Thailand, this boat was heading to the floating villages on lake Chieo Lan.
This very scary looking tarantula thankfully retreated into his hole shortly after this photo. Eight legs is twice as many as I'm comfortable with. :/
In the Khao Sok National Park we stayed in a tree house in the jungle - and this is the best signpost I have ever seen!
A rare moment on a Phuket beach when there aren't thousands of people around. One could almost relax.
One thing I noticed quickly about Thailand - there are dogs everywhere! This one was sunning itself inside the grounds of a temple. And it might look inviting and friendly - but it fairly forcefully threatened to take my brother's hand if he patted it. :P
It's not every day you see a modern motorbike speeding past an 800 year-old stone wall. Unless you live in Chiang Mai, where it happens all the time!
The Queen's garden had some very European-looking flowers for a tropical palace. Nevertheless, they were colourful. :)
OK, so this was actually in Kuala Lumpur, but that's on the way to Thailand, right? Anyway, there is such an interesting variety of tropical fruits in the tropics. Who would have thought?