Posted by Thursday, 2 February 2017

When We Visited Thailand


I can't believe it's been nearly two whole years since we visited Thailand. It was such an amazing 3-week experience. The girls absolutely loved it, and we would love to visit again, especially that we have Freddie now too. My partner and I were looking through our Thailand photo albums the other night, and they brought back so many memories. For a while, we were chatting about the things we did and things we plan to next time when we visit again.



We had a little birthday celebration for Elliw's 3rd birthday and we bought her an ice cream cake, which was absolutely delicious. We had a ride on an elephant and although it was a fantastic (and scary) experience, I will not be doing it again. I've always liked elephants but since visiting Thailand, I absolutely adore them. They're such beautiful animals.

The way of life in Thailand is totally different to ours. I loved passing streets and just watching the world go by. It was interesting to how different they live their life. The roads were manic, the heat was a different kind of heat to this country, the people were different, the whole way of life, was different. If you've never visited, I would recommend you visit there one day. We went to Hua Hin and can't wait to go again to make even more memories.





One of memories we have from Thailand is that Elliw learnt to swim. She was really nervous at first but I think that was mainly because Mia was scared and so Elliw didn't have much confident after that. Minute we got her into the water, she absolutely loved it and spent hours there.




During our stay in Thailand we went to visit a place where they look after elephants. The place we visited was a charity for elephants and it also had an elephant hospital. We took a ride on the elephants and Mia had the experience of playing football with the elephant too. Something I hope she will never forget. 






I have written many posts about Thailand. Here are a few;
E is for Elephant
Thailand
Thailand Memories
One Year Ago
Hua Hin, Thailand
Why I Want To Visit Thailand Again
5 Reasons you should visit Hua Hin, Thailand
Top 5 Things To Do In Hua Hin With Kids
Looking down above the clouds
Ice Cream Cake and Blue Skies

23 comments:

  1. Gorgeous pics, I can see why you would want to go again. And that cake! Yummy. I hope your dream comes true soon :) #MMBC

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  2. I would love to visit a sanctuary for elephants and be able to interact with them, you must cherish those memories so much. Your pictures from your visit to Thailand are beautiful, I never think of beaches when I think of Thailand but they are gorgeous x

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  3. What a holiday :) I bet your little girl will always remember it's where she learnt to swim.

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  5. Wow what an amazing holiday!! The photos are beautiful and looks like your little girl enjoyed her experience very much! Love the photo with the elephant! Thank you for sharing :)

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  6. I love Thailand so much and I can't wait to go back. We had the most amazing experience at an elephant sanctuary where they rescue animals abused from the tourist trade. It was so sad.

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  7. I went to Thailand about five years ago and absolutely loved it. I'd love to go back again x

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  8. How lovely to have visited Thailand. I can see how it holds such wonderful memories for you as well especially as your little one learnt to swim there. I would love to visit one day. I've travelled extensively in Europe and the US but not to the far east.

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  9. omgoodness that looks amazing, such a memory filled holiday!

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  10. What a great life experience for your children. Elephants are beautiful creatures your right there

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  11. This is awesome! I visited Thailand last year and totally fell in love. How cool that your daughter learned how to swim while you were there!

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  12. I would love to visit Thailand with the family. Looks like you all had a fab time.

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  13. That ice cream cake looks delicious. Wow well done to Elliw for learning to swim that is quite an achievement. Sounds like you had a great trip.

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  14. Wonderful photos! I can see why you'd want to go again. The picture of your daughter with the elephant? Priceless!

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  15. You have made some memories that are going to last a lifetime, especially the elephant photo x

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  16. I would LOVE to visit Thailand!!! Your trip sounds wonderful and you took some beautiful shots on your way!!

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  17. Looks amazing, not somewhere I've ever considered travelling too. I don't enjoy long flights. But I would love to go one day x

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  18. Amazing photos, looks like you had a lovely time! I'd love to visit at some point - maybe in a couple of years! xo

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  19. Gorgeous family pics <3 I am quite jealous! The elephants look beautiful although I've heard worrying things about their welfare in these circumstances. Were they part of a rescue programme?

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  20. I totally love Thailand, have been on a couple of occasions, and would love to go back again now.

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  21. I guess the best experience on your Thailand trip is all about your little one. A lot of milestone on her side.

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  22. Such a beautiful holiday and the sunshine looks so dreamy.

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  23. I visited Thailand when my Dad was living out there, it's definitely a different way of life to ours. Looks like you had a fab holiday!

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