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I knew this experience was going to be unique when we received a liability waiver for the week-long birding trip in Cambodia. Never before have I signed away my right to sue over leeches. Apparently, unlike the mosquitoes, they are harmless, but just disgusting. If you dare, ...
... the puter and hit the rack early. I have been noticing that I do not use my extra blanket so much anymore. Mater of fact I think I kicked it on the floor.
Bright and early I was up and about. I'm talking 8:15 or so. I had a long way to go today. Yea right. I did get on the road by 10 AM tho, so that ain't bad.
Life is still ...
... were tied to the open boot lid, with the bulk of the tube resting in the boot) driving the short distance to the park. We had decided on the 1.5hr experience as opposed to the 3hr option. There was a small tram to take the 'adventurers’ to the launch spot where each person delicately tried to get into/onto their tube without getting wet. Veronica and Patrick easily managed to do this, but I slipped (my excuse) and flopped in sending a spray ...
... the river the water was murky and you couldn't see your feet but on the plus side it was warm! The current was so strong that you basically could just float and you'd move along at quite a quick pace. We only floated onto the next spring which took no time at all so we exited the river and got out of the springs to shower and warm up. It was almost supper time so we set up the 'kitchen' and a small shelter because the weather ...
Slept in late, due to the late arrival, showering and adult libations. The park was quiet in the morning. The neighbors don’t appear to be early risers due to late night partying, the forest defeating the sun’s attempts to light up our camps and a general malaise brought on by excessive humidity.
The first thing I noticed upon arriving here is that the area is swarming with tiny toads. They are about an inch long and ...