Gardenhome Resort Khao Yai
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We visited two spectacular waterfall in the park itself, the Haew Narok and Heo Suwat waterfall. It took us a long hike to get to the waterfall through the walkway that passes through the forest floor. Lots of climbing up and down ...
... helping them balance so if they did fall over they'd be prepared, quick thinking these guys are! Haha. Say on the bus for what felt like forever, loads of people were getting on, and a woman rocks up with a big trolley full of rice bags (not your average 1kg Tesco smart price bags... These were 10kg sacks! 10 of them!) so we all had to stand up for the driver to get them stashed under the seats. What an absolute palarva! Annoying thing was, that she ...
... in our mouth - everyone spat them on the floor and he explained that they do this on contact with water (rain) and it is how they cross pollonate. After seeing the last of the bats fly away, we had a 45 minute ride back to the hostel. Tara and I ate in the restaurant next door and then met our group for a final chat before bed, by this time it was late and we were all meeting up at 7am the next morning.
We were up at 6.15am ready for our full day tour of Khao ...
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... photos and a video of the hornbills though the telescope. We were amazed. We travelled to the start of the hike and had to put on leech socks that were a cotton material and came up to your knees where they were tied tight with a drawstring. We were also handed a coloured waterproof Poncho just in time as the downfall began. We hiked through the forest for 4 hours. Nine was incredibly passionate about all types of wildlife and stopped for everything. The ...
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