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... is really rare! Then we spotted some scratch marks on a tree from where a bear had been either stretching or trying to look for hives for honey. It was like being in the jungle book! (Scott was Mogli) The scratch marks were fresh aswell and Nok said they were from a black bear. Awesome! Then we stopped for a snack and we were able to climb a 300 year old tree, it's roots were growing up out of the ground and there where vines around it so it looked okay but scott had ...
... surprisingly well if you overlook the smoke cloud that formed as a result.
We met a local man who spoke some basic English and asked him to help us translate to the receptionist that we wanted to know how much it'd cost to get to Pak Chong bus station so we could go to Bangkok and if he could arrange transport for us, the nice local man told us that he was driving through to there and could take us the next morning.
We were slightly sceptical at first but ...
... stations, this meant what we thought would be a quick journey actually turned into a five hour slog. Luckily we had plenty of snacks to keep us busy and the superb entertainment of the stunning green scenery, rolling hills and a selection of temples and huge gold Buddhas sitting amongst the hills on show throughout.
We arrived in Pak Chong and were greeted by our lift to the guesthouse ahead of our afternoon bat caves tours. It seems the popular ...
... br> I do not remember exactly how I came across Vipassana.
Doing some self-exploration was always on my agenda and I believe I must have
been researching the net to find something along the lines of meditation, a
spiritual experience of sort. I knew that this journey was a great
opportunity to do something like that. So I stumbled upon it on the internet
while I was planning my trip.
I started reading about the whole
experience, reading other ...
... as many followers around the world to meditate as possible. The architecture is none of Thai or Chinese temples you see. The main entrance temple resembles closest to one, but is elegant and uses modern building material. I would describe the temple as more of a city on its own. Just in staff and volunteers alone there are over 3000 people! After the tour, we head back to POP House and Chloe prepares to head back to Bangkok. We enjoy ...