After staying in Bangkok for exactly one night (we did stay there for 3-4 days on our way back), my Husband and I proceeded to the south of Thailand, to the region which is home to countless pristine beaches, lush palm trees and beautiful little villages.
Our first stop was the rather popular island of Koh Samui, and we stayed there for about 6 days- 6 days packed with fun and adventure. In case you want to have a glimpse at all the madness that we were up to, you can check-out my Thailand Vlogs. So like I said, we indulged in a ton of activities (read: trekking, kayaking, snorkeling), apart from just leisurely lying on the beach and that was pretty much the case throughout our sojourn in the Gulf of Thailand (we visited a number of islands, maybe I’ll write a detailed post on it later). And that meant I needed to be smart with the choice of my clothes. As much as I loved frolicking in gorgeous floral summer dresses, I also needed something practical for trekking (which was quite an experience). Now to be honest, the majority of my vacation clothes consisted primarily of cute little sun-dresses and maxis with the exception of one denim shorts, one basic black shorts and two pairs of jeans (for air travel). But I think I managed rather well with all the clothes I had packed (and I did pack a lot of dresses).
Have a look at the video below to know what I’m talking about.
I love this maxi dress.
My only pair of denim shorts paired up with an easy-breezy top (never-mind the funny pose).
Of long tail boats and crystal-clear water.
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