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... 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, ...
... bus station we purchased a ticket and were ushered on to the bus which we quickly jumped off as it was overcrowded and the isle and footwells were full of random boxes. We waited for the last bus which was less crowded and headed down to Paske where we could transfer to DonDet part of the 4000 islands.
The original plan was to arrive at around 6am and then find a bus to our next destination this however did not go according to plan and ...
... 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! ...
... a huge bonus on top of having some great company for the day. The cave is revered as a result of being not only large but for the fact that a river runs through it for around 7km, hence the boat requirement. Our safety first age old lifejackets were given to us but no head lamps today. Broken, dead or just unavailable - typical Asia. We are only spending a couple hours in a pitch black cave...who needs a torch?!? Luckily our two "guides" had their own and ...
... This was the first time in soooooo long that i hadn't been constantly sweating, it made a nice change. In the morning we got up, and headed off on the very very very bumpy journey Konglor. We had to keep having little stops on the way because our bums were so sore that we had to give them a rest. Finally the road improved so it was a sigh of relief after our lunch break. Cool springs were next on our hit list and they sure were cool. ...
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