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... me, measuring between one and three meters high, stand or lie where they have settled for hundreds of years, but no one really knows what they were used for and why they are there, which made my imagination run wild! Perhaps the strongest theory is that they are associated with prehistoric burial practices or that they are monuments for surrounding burial sites. Some debate whether they are containers, as each jar is thought to have originally come with a lid, although no lid in ...
... 8217;re mastered in yet, and might need a bit
more practise as 200+ pictures down, and we’re still struggling to find a
couple of decent ones to put on the blog, ha ha! The cave was awesome in many
ways, we first took a little paddle boat with our guys rowing gently for us,
taking us across the ultra-still cave water, and deeper inside. Looking up at
the cavernous roof of the cave which stretched well beyond the reach of the
beams of light from our head torches, ...
... decided that I would want to be part of, which only left us with the hope of surviving the bus journey, so we could set off tomorrow and to be thankful we did not end up with a plastic chair in the isle!!
Upon arriving to Thakheak we checked in to a guest house with aim to get up early and get the bikes sorted. This however didn't go exactly to plan and when we arrived we were left with a small selection of bikes at the eccentric cost of ...
... her sticky rice and clementines with us! We arrived early evening, to find out we had been delivered further than we had thought, which would mean getting to the cave was much easier. We went off in search of a home stay with our new friend Pippa. We were entertained by the children who we're gorgeous - Om, Oi and Eileen! Eileen was particularly affectionate and playful and made friends with Sarah straight away! ...
Up at a reasonable time we enjoyed our breakfast of sticky Rice, eggs and coffee over looking the river where women were tending to their water gardens on the bank of the shallow river. All packed up we drove 1km down the road to the entrance of the Kong Lor Cave, as usual guys were trying to sell us more than what you need to pay so we parked for free outside the entrance and paid 16p to enter. Kong Lor limestone cave is 7km long with a river running ...
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