Ten Terrific Tokay Facts

Anyone who has lived in, visited or even just passed through Southeast Asia will have seen at least one gecko during their stay. At night, geckos will scuttle across walls and roofs near lights taking advantage of the bounty of flying insects that the lights attract. There are more than 70 species of gecko in Thailand …

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Reptiles

Most of my posts as of late have been focused on butterflies, but in my defense they are the animal that is out the most/the ones we see the most at the moment. This doesn't mean that we're not on the look out for other animals and we've been lucky these past couple of weekends …

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A bounty of butterflies

Rainy season is definitely in full swing here and we have been having torrential rain everyday which is only ever broken up by gaps of murky wet spells. We haven't able to venture out much and our drive to and from work has looked almost apocalyptic some days. Drive to work at 7:35am (sunrise its …

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New and Improved…

Our lucky streak of good weather each weekend has finally ended with this weekend being dominated by heavy rain. This means our usual weekend venture into one of the local national parks or wildlife conservation areas has had to be postponed until next weekend, weather permitting.  The bad weather has given me the opportunity to work on my …

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Ton Prai Waterfall

Another sunny weekend and another national park to explore. This time we headed to Ton Prai Waterfall a little further afield than we usually go but well worth the trip.The park was beautiful and has definitely taken a spot in my top 5 favourites here in Phang-nga province. We hadn't even entered the car park …

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The Wild Weekend Continues

Sunday rolled around and the weather nice, so both Carly and I decided to head out to our favourite national park for a wander and a bit of wildlife spotting. As we drove into the park it became apparent that the butterfly season was well and truly underway. Every puddle seemed to be edged by …

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