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... river was too shallow in sections. So if I was to add my own section to Lonely Planet it would be to say. If you are headed south this is a good pit stop to break up your long bus journey, but otherwise its a miss. The pair I met, the surroundings, and having a quiet day to rest were still very enjoyable, but the expense of getting here in both time and money would have been nice to avoid. Only know if you try. No regrets. I might rephrase that statement ...
... shower which was a bit sketchy at times but us girls powered through and even showed some of the locals how to do it haha. That evening once we were back safe and sound we just chilled out, ate food and drank wine! Score!
The following morning we had decided to head on with our adventure so we made the long and very hot journey to the bus station. By the time we got there we were both sweating sooooo much. Oh the glamorous life of a ...
... very large and other areas are like a smooth round tunnel that has been carved by rushing water for years. Its amazing staring into the pitch black and not being able to see where the cave walls turn next but the driver seems to know the next turn by memory. So much fun!
I bump into a French family who were at my last accommodation (the family are travelling for three months through Laos and Cambodia and doing schoolwork as they go; kids 8, 11, 13.Ii had ...
... whole thing.
Its quite a lovely little cave with some pretty lighting set up to view the statues and a river outside that leads into another cave that I believe you can take a canoe trip through but it didn't seem to be operating when we visited. Unfortunately no photography was allowed inside this cave.
Leaving Buddha Cave we set about the massive mission of finding Tham Pachan Cave. Our
friend Wielbka had already set off ...
... that we were restricted to low speeds for long periods. Sharing the unbuilt road with diggers and construction lorries at times was an experience but one Ross navigated us through safely in just over a couple of hours, meaning we'd reached the halfway point of the day, a small town called Laksao by mid morning.
After a brief pit stop to refuel both ourselves and the bike, we got back on the road for a relatively smooth second 60km to Na Hin. The main reason for choosing ...
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