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Two weeks in Thailand are over. Was one of a kind trip for me. Started with the Aeroflot( Russian Airline) loosing my luggage. I landed in Thailand with absolutely no clothes, besides what I was wearing at that moment. I’m very specific about my skin and hair care. And of course, not having my favorite masks and creams terrified me. I’m careful with sun exposure and I’m trying to always protect my skin and hair. The weather the whole trip was high 80s -low 90s. My luggage arrived 5 Days later. After million of international phone calls and hundreds of dollars spent on it. aeroflot aeroflotexperience aeroflotflight aeroflotinternational аэрофлот lostluggage
Now about the trip itself , overall was a pleasant experience. Was very impressed with variety of seafood and the quality of it. 🐙🦑🦐🦀🐡🐌 I’ve tried a lot of different types of fish and seafood before, but this was the first time I’ve tried ... Delicious 🐠
Large variety of fruits, everything is super fresh 🍌🍉🍈🍍
Visited the famous James Bond Island, went inside of cave that got filled up with the water on the way back and we had to swim 🏊♂️ out. Had a canoe 🛶 tour in Andaman sea 🌊 Saw the rocks sculptures inside of the caves. Visited multiple beautiful islands 🏝One interesting fact about Thailand 🇹🇭, all of the beaches are very different from each other. Some have white sand and turquoise water, others have yellow sand, rocks or shells 🐚. Some islands have very clean clear water, others not really.
Went to visit elephant farm and got a chance to ride an elephant . Elephants 🐘 are treated like humans in Thailand 🇹🇭 The population of them is under control by the Royal family.
Also, went to see popular elephant show called FantaSea 🐘🐘🐘 28 Adult and baby Elephants participated, along the side of multiple Thai performers 🕺in colorful costumes 🤡👺👹
It’s winter time here in Thailand and Adaman Sea can be very rough and stormy ⛈ But even in the winter the average temperature here is high 80s🏝☀️
I think 🤔 this was the most extreme trip for me ever. Made me realized how dependent we are on the things that surround us every day.
The most memorable moment was visiting the big Buddha 🙏🏼👌🏼🐘