Morning Mist Resort
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Vækkeuret ringede 6.45. Da vi var kommet til os selv, fået
tøj på og pakket en taske gik vi op i receptionen. Der fik vi en morgenmad med
æg mm. Det var ikke med i værelsesprisen, men en del af de ca. 1500 bath (255
kr.) vi havde givet for turen, plus det også udløste 30 % rabat på værelset,
som eller kun kostede …
Gab. Da klokken ringede 6.30 havde vi alle fået en god nats søvn.
Vi havde pakket rygsækkene aftenen før, så det var bare lige at komme i noget
tøj og ned til morgenbordet, som vi havde fået DeeDee til at sætte frem kl.
7.00 i stedet for kl. 8.00, hvor det normalt starter. Hun sagde ”God morgen” på
We arrived in Khao Sok late afternoon on 31 December, after c.4 hours bus ride from Phuket. We spent New Year's Eve at our very nice resort’s restaurant/bar.
The next 3 days were filled with discovering the national park with various activities such as canoeing on the quiet Sok river, seeing snakes sleeping on tree branches, hiking …
... Khao Sok adventure. 5 minutes into this boat journey my jaw had certainly hit the floor. I was stunned beyond belief at the scenery I was looking at. It just seemed like too much to take in. The park is 739km squared, full of rainforest, flora, fauna, waterfalls and one big lake of which majestic limestone cliffs arise from. We cruised in the longboat for an hour then stopped off at a swimming spot and jumped right in. I felt so alive and refreshed (especially after that train ...
... Aof, was the greatest guide ever! I wanted to take him home to England in my rucksack. He knew his way round the jungle as he was from Khao Sok and made it really fun. He started by just ploughing into a river to cross it, we were all stood on the other side thinking...do we take our trainers off... But no, Aof says 'No wet, no fun!' So we go in after him! By the end, parts of my trainers were falling off but it was well worth it. We were heading for Namtaloo ...