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... waterfall" was more like a set of Rapids. There was a monk enjoying the quiet and spot of fishing. We had lunch at the top of the mountain in the park. All that riding uphill sure made us hungry. We were told to look out for wild elephants. They take on cars; I was fearful what they might do to cyclists. Fortunately we didn't see any. Just a few monkeys trying to steal food from ...
... barn owl even joined the pack flying in and out of the flock for his evening meal whilst the occasional bat lost the group and ended flying solo in circles much to our amusement. We then finished up and made our way back to the hostel ahead of tomorrows day trip into the jungle.
We started early once again all piling into the back of the pick up and off we went into the jungle. We were really excited as it was possible we could spot elephants in the ...
... to control and eradicate the negative feelings you will indeed do the same for
the positive feelings. One is indirectly related to the other. But if you do
eradicate them what are you left with? Where does this leave
to want to reach a stage that we are not humans?
of misery is graving.
for something and when we do not get it we get miserable.
... bigger than the Forbidden Palace. I kid you not, there are stadiums that can hold up to 1 million meditators!! They are even constructing an animation/production building just to produce Buddhism related education films. The vision behind this temple was from the late nun Kuhn Yay (the gifted disciple of the Great Abbot of Wat Paknam). The focus was not building elaborate traditional temples, but rather economic and simple structures that ...
... of the completely generous nature of the Thais.
We rented a couple of tents at the campsite and got our sleeping stuff sorted before having lunch and setting off down a 3km trail that headed back to the waterfall. We took it slowly, exploring the river at intervals along the way (Lizzie a little too closely, falling in after trying to follow Pete and Nic jumping from rock to rock across the rapids!). Wildlife of note was monitor lizards and ...