Travelfish correspondent Kaila Krayewski
Kaila Krayewski is a journalist who is passionate about everything travel-related. A Canadian native, her travels have taken her from Japan to the UK, to all over Southeast Asia, where she decided to settle in Thailand.
Kaila is currently living on Ko Phangan, where, when she isn't playing beach volleyball, she's working on her website, www.blondetraveler.com, and other travel writing ventures.
Posts by Kaila Krayewski:
“Cheap price but nice” are the words strung up in bamboo lettering at the entrance to the ever-charming Mama Pooh’s on Ko Pha Ngan. This popular joint is favoured by travellers, locals, yogis, and basically everyone in between. The bamboo salas with thatched rooves make this restaurant an ideal spot to come and stay for … read the full post
Years ago, His Majesty the King of Thailand declared Ko Pha Ngan to be a part of an organic island movement; that is, he asked Thai people to promote eco-friendly, organic activities on the island. The idea is honourable and ambitious, but unfortunately, until recently, besides a few organic farms that have slowly taken shape … read the full post
Haad Salad is located on the sunset side of Ko Pha Ngan, sandwiched between Mae Haad to its north, and Haad Thian to its south. Haad Salad is not, as some foreigners jokingly assume, named after a healthy bowl of lettuce, but rather after the pirates who once congregated in its bay before heading off … read the full post
Ko Pha Ngan never has a shortage of parties, and New Year’s Eve is certainly no exception. Indeed, in true Ko Pha Ngan style, not only do parties lead up to the special day, but parties are held afterwards as well for those who want to keep the celebratory spirit alive. Here’s a wrap up … read the full post