Thailand is famous for its many lush islands, and we were excited to explore Koh Chang. Making our way via waves, the rolling landscape came into
sight - we couldn't wait to see all the wildlife. I could imagine Threadess Island from an aerial view, with mini islands and sprawling foliage.
I love being by the water, where a large piece of driftwood become the perfect place for drifting thoughts. The lulling waves left imprints along the
sand; textured temporary art. My sister opted to take a canoe around the dotted archipelago...I was happy to sit and admire as she braved the tides!
The next day we visited a neighbouring island, for a spot of snorkelling. A banyan tree stood in the distance, adorned with shells draping by a thread.
The charming feature inspired a shell-dress threadess. The gentle clinking in the breeze...so tranquil.
Exotic bird of paradise florals were eye-catching, where rich orange and fuchsia hues stood out against the verdant backdrop, Later in the day, we
hiked across rocky terrain, coming to a clearing. The gushing waters of Khlong Phlu waterfall greeted us; we just had to have a cool dip.
Everywhere you looked, nature had flicked a paintbrush. Patterns were found in the stippling leaves, to the rippling ocean. Tiny pieces of swirled
coral were embedded in the sand, reminiscent of threadess faces. From the beadtrove, pearls sweep across iridescent black sands.
It was amazing seeing how the waters looked different at various times of the day. Shades of blue became deeper as the sun set, with mellow
shadows cast across the land. Sights like this make me want to stay on this serene land for that moment longer...