Monday, September 19, 2011


James Bond Island Tour #1

This is our last tour of phuket trip. I bought this Jane bond Island package with 1000 baht. It is a very good deal. I paid same package for 1100 baht in 2009. The weather was very good on that day.

Firstly, the driver drop us at the pier. Since still have time, we did some shopping before the shuttle bus come and pick us. I quickly took out my camera and took photo of this girl. Her complexion is very nice. When I turn back, I realized that her parents was standing next to me. :)

These are the boats for Jane bond island tour.

After leaving from pier, we were heading to our first destination, Panak Island. I am sure the scenery along the way will blow you away. A lot of small islands scatter around the Phang Nga Bay. 

Some tourists hired private boat, so that they can stop at any island as they wish to. For us, we just enjoy the scenery and our boat is heading to Panak Island where we will be doing canoeing. 

The sea color is very green in Phang Nga Bay, where Phi Phi Island, the sea color is blue. 

This is the Panak Island. When we arrived, the other boat is ready for canoeing. Every boat have their own canoe crews. Once the boat stop, crews alight with their own canoe and fetch the passenger. Later on, they will bring us to the cave. 

We are ready to take the canoe. Luckily, our canoe crew is Myanmar Boy from Mudon(Mon State). He is a very good guy. He explained about the place and showed us a lot interesting things which we cannot find out by our own easily.  He speaks very good Thai too. 

We are taking canoe and heading to the cave of Panak island.

The entrance of the cave is quite dark and the water level are high on that day, so we have to lay down on each other to prevent our head from hitting with those stalactites. The crew give us a tough light to find our way and look around those beautiful stalactites. 

Now we are inside the cave. It is such quiet and peaceful place. The water is very clear and quite shallow. A troop of monkeys waiting for visitor hoping of food.

When we reached inside the cave, the crew pass paddle to me and allow us to row our own. It is quite fun and we need to practice it because there will be no crew for our last island of the tour, so we have to row is our own.

We are leaving from the cave of Panak island and going back to our boat. Our next destination is Hong Island. 

Camera - Canon550D+Tamron18-270mm

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