My outdoor office

Sitting on the terrasse on Cafe Plaeyuan doing my social networking and getting up to date. This is how work could be like everyday… 
 
My outdoor office

My outdoor office

There are numerous places with WiFi, free or with password, literally everywhere, where there is a cafe or a resort. But for really doing some work here, I’d like to have a laptop. But as it is, I’m just fine with typping everything into my phone and uploading it from there.  It’s just so handy (the Germans will get that pun…).

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Oh Koh Tao…

After two days of travelling in a row, 12 hours from Siem Reap to Bangkok (in low standard buses), an afternoon in Bangkok and another 12 hours by bus and ferry (Lomprayah, a  company which runs transport between Bangkok and the islands in the Gulf of Thailand is really to be recommended!) we arrived in Koh Tao yesterday morning.

Dusit Buncha Resort, public beach

Dusit Buncha Resort, public beach

The place where we are staying on the most southern bay is nice but not as charming as in Koh Chang. But on our way here on the ferry I had seen a beautiful but obviously expensive resort. So today we took a scooter (best and most common way to explore an island. Walking somewhere is so yesterday in Thailand. Everyone always stares at us when we do because Thais seem to drive everywhere). Continue reading