Sunday, September 25, 2011

Surin Beach, Thailand

A fantastic surprise from JP! The postcard fairy all over the postcard-sphere :)


He sent this card from the Phuket island, and this card in particular shows the Surin Beach. A few more words about Phuket, in an older post I have here.

Surin is on the west coast of Phuket, known as 'Millionaires Row' due the the top-end celebrity haunts as well as the many US$ 1 million+ houses that sit proudly on top of the hills overlooking the Andaman Sea. Although popular with tourists it's not a busy resort town but more like a coastal village.
As it is usual with these kind of beaches, it has crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches...just lovely, no?


And JP definitely has his way of finding great stamps as well...all the stamps were issued in 2010...the middle one is from a set of 10 definitives portraying H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX), while the two long stamps are from a set of 4 representing the 50th Anniversary of Tourism Authority of Thailand.

1 comment:

agi said...

ja san za to da ovdika održimo svoj meeting ;)