Raddest Photo Trip Ever Day 2: Cobra Show & Freedom Beach

This is a little late with the day 2 now that I am on prob day 10. But here it is anyway. This day we got up and went to the Cobra show. There were several different kinds of animals here. There was an otter running around, snakes everywhere (in cages), alligator and other things that I can’t remember.


This guy was insane. Literally! He was completely drunk when we got there and showed us all his snake bites. One of his fingers is completely frozen in a position where it sticks up. He said it was from a king cobra bite and that he almost died when he got bit.


Here are some of my friends with snakes. Cherish, Nick & Hollywood…I mean Hannah


This is the resident cutie at the Cobra Show place. They put the snake around his neck to show off after the show, and when they went to take it off he held tight and started crying bc he wanted to keep it on.


After the Cobra show we went back to our rooms and then had lunch and headed out to the beach. On the way to the beach, we stopped to see these elephants on the side of the road. They were so cute, but it was a little sad. The big one was chained into the ground and the lady would pinch the small one to make her sit for pictures. We fussed and told her not to do it. It was really sad.


So we went to a beach to ride a longtail out to a different private one called Freedom Beach. It was amazing just a stretch of beach about a mile long (maybe less) they had a volleyball net and a little restaurant. It was so quaint. I didn’t take a ton of pictures of us there bc we were out in the ocean enjoying the water and the colorful fish swimming by.


Megan and I went on a walk up what felt like a bazillion stairs and took a few shots. Here is a shot that shows you Freedom Beach, a place I hope to go back to one day. Down below you can see the rest of the crew. They look like little ants down there. They had a volleyball match with the little ladies who worked there on the island.


Here are 2 different views of the sunset at Freedom Beach. It is amazing how different something can look just by changing your camera settings. There is no big photoshop manipulations, this is basically out of the camera.

This is one of my favorite shots of the trip. There are no words for how beautiful I think it is.


Hope you have enjoyed this edition of be jealous of where I am (kidding 🙂 )

Next up: Elephants and Tigers!


Kim Charlet wrote:

Beautiful! Fabulous pictures! I felt like I experienced the culture. And, I am jealous… that little boy with that big SMILE and teeth! AHHHHH!

 [ Jan 19th, 2010 8:15 pm ]
Bobby Earle wrote:

Freaking love it!

 [ Dec 22nd, 2009 2:02 am ]
Jodie wrote:

Such beautiful pictures Amy!

 [ Dec 19th, 2009 6:22 am ]
Elizabeth Knazs wrote:

Absolutely Amazing! Beautiful work Amy, no words describe how wonderful these are!

 [ Dec 17th, 2009 1:25 pm ]

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