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After we paid our 200baht entrance fee we all made our way to the Phraya Nakhon Cave. The 45 minute long hike reminded me that I haven't lost too much touch with my body haha. But holy ****, I was sweating as if I was in a hot yoga class.
We finally made our way to the cave, which, like I mentioned was nothing like what we expected. It was more or less a sink hole then a cave. But beautiful nonetheless. Vines, water dripping down from the very top-the ...
... we would enjoy a walk to Orrest Head, one of the higher points giving panoramic views over the area. After a short walk we reached Orrest Head. A thunderstorm had earlier passed through the area but as we sat together looking over Lake Windemere the clouds were dispersing and brilliant beams of sunlight were now bursting through the grey storm clouds and lighting up the water in an ethereal vision.
As we sat alone we realized we had been joined by ...
... see they've even taught Ronald McDonald to politely bow like a Thai person.
Caught a taxi home, fell into the pool, had a kip. Out of sheer laziness, walked across to the local Italian with my bottle of wine. Salmon carpiccio entre, chicken medallions with Italian mushroon dressing & vegies. Very nice. Shared a glass of wine with Stefano, yarned and chatted. Tried to solve the worlds problems over our lemoncellos and then wandered back down the road to the resort and to bed.
... 3rd floor overlooking our pool and the rest of the complex. Rest of the day was slow with sleep in afternoon to catch up from the broken nights sleep on the train. There was some rain soon after we arrived but it cleared after lunch. We sorted our wifi connection and was able to send yesterday's pod entry. Decided to explore the seafood restaurant next door and we walked around the road to it about 10 minutes which would have ...
... of Thailand (wonderful swimming!), but took a slight detour before doing that. Everyone was on scooters, 2 or 3 to a scooter, and we followed Jaco (one of our teachers) as he led us to a new beach (we thought). Instead we chugged up a hill, and then a mountainside, and, after leaving the scooters and climbing, on foot now, a little trail up even higher, we realized where we were: Monkey Mountain! Monkeys were everywhere; small monkeys ...