Travel Blogs from Khao Kho
... A few minutes down the road is the farm. They grow a lot of fruit, peppers, and eggplant. They also have some cows, ducks, chickens, and turkeys. The place is amazing and the kids are so happy. In the volunteer house is a large binder full of profiles for each kid. Each profile gives a brief description of the child's personality and background. My heart broke with each story I read of these beautiful babies who were abandoned because mom remarried and 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 ...
... during the wet season. The road from the entrance
of the park up to the camp site and park office was winding and very
Once we arrived at the park we inquired about
accommodation. The only bungalows available were close to $20, so we
opted for camping in a tent. We went back and forth between the camp
site and the camp office trying to figure out how to rent a tent.
October 28th: long bus journey from Phitsanulok to Khao Yai Natural Park ( 380 km ). On the way we visited the Muak Lek waterfalls where locale have their own water playground. Rest of the day at the pool. Tomorrow an early morning wild life safari @ 0500 ...
The train ride to Chiang Mai goes smoothly enough, yet I hardly sleep at all. A combination of excitement and entropy. These past few days have seen me with a persistent cough at nights and sleepless dreams that will not let my mind rest. Shifting from the obscure and abstract to the immediate and identifiable, and everywhere in between. I've had terrors that woke me in a cold sweat and visions so close I could touch them. My ...