Malaysia & Thailand 2010


We have just returned Sunday from our amazing family trip to Malaysia & Thailand. Wow what a fantastic holiday, such an incredible experience for us all. The kids had an absolute ball and got to experience so many things. It was just so nice to have the 2 1/2 weeks just spent by ourselves and the kids with no computers, x-boxes or other disruptions around. Good quality family time which sometimes is hard to come by. As they have all gone back to school yesterday it was very quiet and dare i say lonely at our house. So now I am home I have the task of sorting through the hundreds and hundreds of photos I have taken. There are so many highlights from our trip, here are just a few.


The kids at Patong Beach, Phuket


The kids spent quite a few afternoons on these inflatable water toys, while we sat back on the beach relaxing, having a beer and the odd foot massage, amazing!!


Got up a bit earlier for this shot as i wanted to get a picture of all the deck chairs before everyone sat on them.


  This is what it looks like several hours later, here’s john in his element icy cold beer and a foot massage, life doesn’t get much better than this!!


One of my highlights was sitting on the beach in the evening watching the kids have fun and  taking in the amazing sunsets!!



                                         A favourite of all of ours Elephant trekking                                                             John, always the Real Estate Salesman!!!!!

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This was one of them if i hadn’t seen it I wouldn’t of believed it., this baby Elephant actually painted this picture of an Elephant in front  of us then signed his name



  • Oh wow, Jen. What amazing photos. Loving the elephant shots, esp since hearing your personal telling of the story lol. I can totally see John sitting there with the beer and making deals on the phone, haha. Too funny.ReplyCancel

  • It looks like you had an amazing time. I went to Thailand a few years ago, I started at the bottom and worked my way up, then over to Cambodia and Vietnam. After this I headed in to Laos and then in to the north of Thailand.

    When in Laos I managed to pick up quite a bit of the local language which I then used in northern Thailand as it is a dialect there – the local Thai people were very impressed with me for this!

    Your photos reminded me of some of the places I visited and it was really good to read about your trip.ReplyCancel

  • I can’t wait to see more! I love all of these :) Those sunsets look amazing too.ReplyCancel

  • I have seen that elephant on youtube – pretty amazing! These are beautiful images – so jealous!!ReplyCancel

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