Gardenhome Resort Khao Yai
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... the bathrooms were disgusting, we felt a little endangered every time we were on the road in some rickety bus, bed of a truck, or tuk tuk with crazy drivers, we had more tummy trouble than is polite to talk about, we got scammed and over changed, and we got pretty homesick. That being said, thank you all so much for following along on our adventure. We had so much fun sharing it with you as it happened and we really enjoyed your likes and comments too.
... do that one we skipped. There is also camping close to the waterfall about 2-3 km up the road. It looked quite busy and all tent camping with public washrooms available. After this we drove along the road for quite some time looking for animals. We saw the monkeys again but nothing else. We were about to lose all hope and just as we felt like giving up and heading home he appeared. Like a dream in the mist. We saw the trees moving and could spot grey ...
Up around 6.30 to enable us to get breakfast before we meet for trek at 8am. There were two groups of 10 it took around 40 minutes to get to Khao Yai national park from the entrance it is a steep winding road high into the park the guide was very good and looked out for things along the way. He sported a Binatong laying in the tree too far to really take any pictures. We made our way up to the visitors centre for a drink Garry and I were talking to guide when he saw a pair of ...
... in the jungle. We walked for more than three hours straight in silence so as not to disturb any wildlife. We stopped at one point to have a fried rice and egg lunch (which the boys did their best to eat). But the rest of the time we were on the hunt. For the parents out there (especially parents of boys) I don't need to explain to you how exceptional three hours of silent hiking is from seven and five-year-old boys. We were ...
We spent 3 days and 2 nights at Khao Yai national park, we camped right next to the river and saw many wild animals such as monkeys, buck, porcupines, elephants etc.
We had to make our own food on an open fire cooking everything out of 1 pot, on the second night we struggled to light the charcoal (the humidity probably made it slightly damp). We tried using toilet paper as well as normal paper to light the fire but eventually used noodles as kindling to start the fire ...
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