I ran video and shot some pictures throughout my travels in Thailand. Flying into Bangkok from Philippines, I met up with Rocky and took the hour taxi ride to Pattaya to grab some gear.
Wat Pho, or the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, is the oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. It is home to more Buddha images than any other Bangkok temple and it shelters the largest Buddha in Thailand.
After meeting a few people on Koh Tao Thailand at the dive shops and pubs, I had to check out the Muay Thai training camp there.
The Hard Rock Hotel Pattaya is also famous for its weekly Beach Foam-X Party that takes place at its own 2,000 sqare meter free-form pool with its man-made sandy beach. The Beach Club also houses a contemporary tropical spa and a gym.
Diving in Kao Tao Thailand. Two large granite boulders make up the White Rock dive site.
The best dive site in all of the Gulf Of Thailand is undoubtedly Chumphon Pinnacle, a lozenge shaped rock that begins at about 16 meters and goes down to 30 metres.
Just after flying into Phuket, some friends of Rocky had us stay in a quiet place called Surin Beach. With it being low season and NOBODY around, we jumped in a taxi and told him to take us to where all the people are at.