Paradise Awaits*

Well the cold and stormy weather is certainly upon us now! Some people are probably wrapping up warm, starting their Christmas shopping and just getting on with it. Others however are dreaming of warmer climates, a paradise somewhere with amazing beaches, hidden gems and must see destinations, an escape from normality and early alarm clocks.

I’ve been lucky enough to visit lots of places this year, a couple of city breaks and a two week long beach holiday in Greece for my best friend's wedding just last month. Not sure about everyone else but the minute I land I get serious holiday blues and I’m already thinking of where I can jet off to next. You’ve got to admit the best way to overcome the blues is to book another holiday.

My list is pretty endless to be honest but top of my list for my next venture is Thailand. I know lots of people who have visited but I’ve never got Round to going myself yet. The great thing about it is you can either go for a two week holiday or pack a bag and totally escape for months.

There’s so much to see and do out there so the longer the better I suppose, and I hear it’s very cheap whilst there too.

Exotic and tropical, cultured and historic, Thailand has a lot to offer. One day you could be in the hustle and bustle of the city in the country’s capital of Bangkok, then the next in tranquil beach surroundings of the Phi Phi Islands.

I’m a bit of a foodie and Thai cuisine is enjoyed all over the world, packed full of pungent lemongrass and plentiful flavours of spicy, salty, sweet and sour, even just thinking about it is making my mouth water.

I went to Vietnam last year and one of my favourite things to do whilst I was there was visiting the vast amount of temples. Thailand is a Buddhist nation and has plenty of gleaming hilltop temples filled with colourful fortune bringing shrines.

The country’s natural beauty is a major tourist attraction for foreigners and also the residents, boasting a long coastline and jungle topped islands Thailand is a tropical getaway a lot of people desire. Perhaps try diving with whale sharks off Ko Tao, seeing the sea cliffs of Krabi or partying on Ko Phi Phi where the film ‘The Beach’ was filmed.

The climate varies but you can visit Thailand all year round, the best time to travel is during the cool and dry season between November and April. We all need something to look forward to so why not get ready to jet off and get a dream holiday booked at Destination2?

Mi-Mi xx 

*Guest written for GirlGoneDreamer, you can read more from Mi-Mi here

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