Kirimaya Golf Resort Spa
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After breakfast in the cafe at the hotel we left for Lopburi where we visited the museum at Narai Raja Nives Palace, the Prang Sam Yod and the Monkey Temple. Wi gave us 90 minutes to do the museum, it took us 30! Oooops! The monkey temple really was just that, it had three domes in the Burmese style (slightly more rounded) and was covered in …
... reminded me a bit of the scene in The Mummy when I think bees come out of the mummy's mouth. An outside swim in the dark, under trees, rounded off a very nice afternoon-evening.
The full day tour the next day involved some trekking. There were huge, twisting trees in the jungle. We met more snakes and insects. The guide certainly knew how to handle the scorpion. We spotted gibbons, giant squirrels ...
... of speeches, toasts and thanks we enjoyed a 7 course meal followed by dancing until late.
On the Sunday, we visited the Phimai historical park which protects one of the most important Khmer temples of Thailand. It is located in the town of Phimai, in the Nakhon Ratchasima province.
The temple marks one end of the Ancient Khmer Highway from Angkor. As the enclosed area of 1020x580m is comparable with that of Angkor Wat, Phimai must have been an important city ...
... them we could hear the sound of their wings. The whole mass frequently swirled up or down, changing shape, always heading in the same general direction. It was fabulous! Think of all the insects that many bats can eat in one night!
We learned Thailand has 120 species of bats. This is amazing! NC has just 14. Now we have seen two of the total-- one fruit bat and one that eats insects... Only 118 to go! I'm sure Joe will be ...
... down over my head. What a delight! There might really be a festival after all. Things are looking up, even if it is a bit early in the morning for a cold shower. I wish a water logged happy new years (which is, "sawadee pi mai" in Thai) to the family, who have congregated on the town's first street corner in order to welcome any dry clothed individual, such as myself, into town. As I venture further into town, I get splashed in a similar fashion every time I reach a ...