The food in Kactus, the guesthouse we stayed was the best I’ve had in South East Asia so far.
On Koh Ta Kiev, we practically slept outside. The wind and the sounds of nature coming through our hut <3
Trying to open a coconut is actually not that easy. And this one tasted horrible as well… The picture looks nice though!
‘Plankton Beach’ as it is called is the beach right next to Kactus Guesthouse and practically only used by the few people staying there. At night you can swim under the stars and between the stars with the luminous plankton.. It’s unbelievable <3
A fisherman from the only famiily living on this island is gathering the nets together with his son.
On Rabbit Island (or Koh Tonsay) there is not much except for this long stretch of beach where there are a lot of hammocks and wooden chairs and huts to chill. All the huts are directly at the beach and you can rent them from only 10$ per night
Koh Ta Kiev is hipster paradise… with the most beautifully made tree houses and chill places right at the beach.