Juldis Khao Yai Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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... for both drawing water and swimming. Then we visited a cave under a temple and got to see some bats and other cave critters up close. The real highlight came just before dusk in the middle of a sugar cane field where we watched around 2 million wrinkle-lipped bats swarm out of a nearby cave. They come out in a long ribbon and kind of resemble a swirling line of smoke. It was incredible to stand below them and hear their chirping and the sound of 4 ...
... and have lunch at the visitor center. After lunch we head to a waterfall which was also used in the movie The Beach. First I walk down to see it but when I go up and watch the waterfall from the top I am more impressed. The magical jungle around it is hard to capture in a picture but it sure was really nice. We move on to the highest mountain of the park for our last viewpoint. What a green scenery from here! On our way back ...
... a fab bluetooth, USB rechargeable speaker for only £12 on which I am now grooving to the sound of Ali Farke Touri!
Friday 23rd May
We did some jungle trekking with an overnight campsite stay with Bobby`s and it was excellent, in no small part due to our highly enthusiastic, if not hyperactive, guide, Anont. We saw:
... My mother in law is part of a study group and she has chosen to write about Henning Mankell, a Swedish author who spends half his time in Mozambique and the other half in Sweden. Francois and I have never read any of his books but in a Myanmar Hotel, they had a self serve library from past guests and the only book that was either English or French was one from this author. The name of this French book was called Tea-Bag, I read it and now Francois ...
... We looked at hundreds of bats and Mark held a scorpion spider. We then headed off to see the millions of bats fly out of a cave, in the side of a mountain, Something they do on a daily basis. For an hour each evening there is a constant stream of bats flying out for feeding and had to dodge the hawks looming in the sky dive bombing them for there dinner. It was dark when we got back to the ranch and we were tired, damp and hungry. We had ...