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Travel Blogs from Pak Chong
... and realized a second later that it was a flat tire. The driver moved over and drove slowly, then just a little ways down the road, pulled over into a dirt parking lot, which amazingly, had piles of tires. In no time at all we were back on our way.
Thankfully at one of the stops a woman suddenly leaned into our seat and asked in perfect English where we were headed. When we said Pak Chong, she said" this is it!" we hopped off the ...
... we had a roof and sides on the back so we were able to seek shelter for the rest of the journey through the park. We cruised around looking for elephants but as we had expected they were no where to be seen, probably because they were hiding from the rain. It was a really enjoyable day and we both loved the sheer contrast from being in the chaotic city to the peacefulness of the jungle. It made us both very excited to be visiting Northern Thailand later on in the ...
... the elephant. It
was very exciting to be so close to a wild elephant. Our guide was
very professional in keeping all of us far enough away from the
elephant because he knows that the elephant will charge if it feels
drove to the top of a nearby mountain to have a break and look out
over the entire park. After having our break we said goodbye to the
Dutch couple, they ...
... to this: Gordon and the curious incident of the brown ice, my incurable hiccups, Gordon and Steve's girlie fight, Gordon's incident with a local man in army jacket.
Next day, we headed for Korat, apparently the second largest city in Thailand but it doesn't look it. We were gearing up for Mega Red War Day II. We booked into a hotel and headed out again. We took up residence in the George and Dragon where I briefly fell in love with the barmaid! Not to ...
... in places to find detours around obstacles. But it made for a more exciting and adventurous morning. The trail finally emerged not far from our bungalows so despite taking a packed lunch with us, we ended up eating it on our verandas!
After lunch, we followed another trail, this one about 5km, through the jungle to a wildlife observation tower overlooking some grassy plains and a salt lick. Trekking through the jungle, we saw our ...
Other places to stay in Pak Chong
1/3 Moo 6 Thanarat Road, Pak Chong | 5 star hotelfrom $134
54 Moo 4, Thanarat Road, Pak Chong | 3 star hotelfrom $20
188/1 Moo 5, Thanarat Rd., Pak Chong | 3 star hotelfrom $71
119 Moo 6, Pak Chong | Hotelfrom $54
333 Moo 6, Pak Chong | Hotelfrom $36