Gardenhome Resort Khao Yai
Travel Blogs from Pak Chong
... our guides made sure to point out the natural wildlife when we came across it; including snakes, scorpions, horn bills and macaque monkeys. One of the highlights of the day was trekking into the jungle following the sound of a gibbon call. We managed to spot it high in the tree canopy- it was amazing seeing them in the wild!
... I think he held his breath a little and tried to swim a few widths to warm up, to make it look like he could 'handle' the coldness of it. I could see his lips going blue! Haha silly boy. We had good at the hotel tonight, it was freezing outside compared to the climate we were used to, is say it was about 15 degrees and I had damp hair because the fuse has gone in the adaptor -_- great fun! Pad thai seemed a safe bet, only when we got it I tasted ...
... in Thailand so we were seeing the waterfall at it's full potential - white torrents of water crashing down and creating a huge amount of spray as it hit the rocks below, the sound was deafening! It was past 8pm when we got back to Greenleaf hostel and we were all shattered, we ate together (the best green thai curry I have ever had) and after a quick walk down the road to get some much needed chocolate we retreated to our rooms, hugging farewell to the little group of friends we had ...
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 ...
... where we told we couldn't swim. Both Mark and I were both a little miffed because we were so hot. There were some steep steps to walk down to the base and we were in two minds whether to do it or not. It was definitely worth it and when we got there we realised why you couldn't swim. The current was so strong and the volume of water falling was huge. We went on the hunt for elephants and as it was getting dark and we were heading back to Pak Chong, the guide did a ...
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