Khao Sok Las Orquideas Resort
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Travel Blogs from Khao Sok National Park
... aged Polish couple, a young Polish couple and a Belgian couple. We stayed in a floating village; huts held up on logs and similar actually on the lake itself (one could feel the thing rocking a little). We went swimming, then on a massive trek through some amazing rainforest to a cave, which was huge and completely dark inside so we had to use torches. We had to clamber over stuff and swim inside the cave which was ...
... 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 ...
... reach the opposite shore of an enclosed lagoon, explore a cave where the stalactites/stalagmites looked like coral (hence its Coral Cave name), stopping at a floating village for lunch and a swim, and a few mosquito bites along the way of course! All in all a very nice way to spend the first few days of 2014!
After this nice break in the nature, we started to plan the rest of our itinerary ...
... about the paths. I crossed over a plank of wood over a river and suddenly the path narrowed, I followed it for a bit and then couldn't even make out where the path was so I turned back on myself and headed back to through the jungle. Then it was time to leave and I felt sad. This was the best thing I had done on my trip and probably one of the best things I've ever done in my life. And now it was back to Bangkok but not before I experience a sleeper train! That's next on the ...
... before 6. Having spent several hours there yesterday getting familiar with it, we hoped to see some interesting animals, or at the very least, some of the fabulous birds we know live here. We saw some bats flitting around as we crossed the bridge and heard monkeys in the treetops. We spotted a GIANT spider in the biggest web I have ever seen-- the size of a small car. Seems like there might be the famous"bird eating" spiders i have heard about. It is easy ...
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