After working and exploring Cambodia for two weeks we headed to Railay Beach, Thailand. To get there we flew from Siem Reap, to Bangkok then to Krabi. From Krabi we had to take a bus to the boat docks on the ocean, then take a long tail boat to the small remote peninsula that we would call home for the next week and a half.
One of the first things I noticed was how crystal clear the water was. It was so nice to swim and relax because it was not only clear but also very warm. Almost every night we would put on swim trunks and wade out until we could swim and watch the sunset. The sunsets and sunrises were absolutely breathtaking.
Railay Beach is known for it's unique rocks that look like they spring right of the ocean. The rocks are great for rock climbing, which I was fortunate enough to be able to do while there. The trip started early in the morning with a hike to get to our first cliff.
After climbing all afternoon we had lunch at a local place and took a hike to the other side of the peninsula. We then continued to climb for another couple hours until we reached a cave, that we hiked through. After hiking through the cave we got to rappel down out of the cave.
Thailand was such a fun country filled with great food and many smiles. It was the last country that Expensify group was together as a team working on our offshore project. After Thailand I visited Seoul, South Korea for a day before heading back for home in San Francisco.