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Travel Blogs from Khao Kho
... Marc Buchanen, Ford Mustang, and Nicholas Pryor, Volvo PV544, dropped two seconds.
After a fine lunch afloat, it was on to our hillclimb. We had to run around a bit to find the Park Rangers who had promised to close the road for 12 kilometres of graded hard-baked dusty dirt, twisting its way up the side of a mountain through dense rain-forest. Once official support was on hand, the fun began, with locals ...
22.3.2014 Khao Kho, Thailand Km: 55005 Free camping / Wildes campen
We are heading to the north. We want to stay in a national park and arrive this in the evenings. Unfortunately, the cashier may want 400 baht per person (about 12 CHF) to cross the park. Definitely too much, as not even a guest house is included in the price. Therefore, we turn and search for a place ...
... for the ferry to return, another car came slowly down to the docking area, looked at the setup, did a quick U-turn and headed back the way they came. I guess they preferred a 3-hour round trip to nowhere to a ride across the lake on the ferry. The ferry trip was actually lovely. We sat outside the truck on the barge and watched little fishing huts and barges float by. The lake was surrounded by green hills that rose off into the distance. The road ...
We arrived safely at Ban Meata Petchabun a few days ago. It is breathtaking. As you drive up the place looks like a resort! There are 6 homes for the 96 kids living here, a dining room, multiple play areas, a house for volunteers, a office, a day care center, small ponds for fishing, beautiful gardens, fruit trees and flowers. Behind the children village is the free Christian school. Over 1500 students from Ban Meata and the surrounding villages attend the ...
parked our motorbike and started the walking trail.
He first place we came upon was a cemetery for communist
soldiers who had died. Although it is called a cemetery there are no
graves (must have been a mass grave), it was more like a memorial.
Thai visitors leave food and various things at the memorial site for
the fallen soldiers, but it looked a little bit like they were
leaving their ...