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Travel Blogs from Ko Lanta
... 11am and luckily the rain held off for most of the journey. It was still warm and the sun was starting to break through.
The National Park had an admission of 200 Baht and we was given a map to explore. It was extremely quiet there. We walked out to the old lighthouse on the cliff edge to take a look. It was old and rusty. From there we decided to do the "2 hour trek". Or or they so it was. It took us ...
You most likely would not be reading this entry if it weren't for a few good friends who inspired me. I began writing it for two friends who wanted to hear what was happening in my life and I decided to send it as a blog entry through the encouragement of another friend.
M & S
I met two young travelling Danish women in Cheng Du, China at one of the (now many) low points of my trip. We shared a dorm room and the curiosity they had about who I was and ...
... the waves lap the shore, and decide what the best time is to go for a swim. Last night we encountered some of the local wildlife there were beautiful singing toads, and unfortunately some rather hungry Mosquitos so today I look like a walking bite zone, but thanks to Paul, I have my organic remedy (lots of ice in a cold compress) which works an absolute treat. As we head down to the beach we see lots of bee eaters which really are quite the most lovely little birds. We ...
... we headed to a beach party, this was fun sat under the stars enjoying a few drinks.
On Sunday we hired a moped to get around the Island, as this is the easiest and cheapest way. Also, the fun way we thought! We headed to the national park which was at the opposite end of the island. We enjoyed our ride down, and I must say Tom was pretty good at getting us around. The national park was nice we done a nature walk; ...
... get up on your knees (at least I couldn't)...and bats - over a hundred of them hanging upside down.
One of the more interesting aspects of that cave is that in a few places the floor was hollow because it covered an underground river. If you stomped on it, you could hear and feel a resonance. People were stomping a little too hard for my taste given if that floor broke, we'd all be swimming in ...
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