Tacola Resort and Spa
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... see photos) We hiked up some more to Viewpoint 2, again excellent views. The walk down was much easier, except on the knees. We did really good for two "old broads" and made the trek in record time. Once back we grabbed our bags, paid for our ticket and walked to the pier (another 20 minutes)
Two stories I want to share.
The first is my watch story. My waterproof watch strap had broken in the states and ...
... went to our travel agent lady to get a room booked on Phi Phi., took a walk and late afternoon we went for a massage. I had a 30 minute reflexology foot massage for 100 bts ($3) and a 30 minute Thai massage for another 100 bt. My masseuse was a 13 year old boy who just finished his training. He’s trying to save money for a cell phone. Did a great job and I felt like a wet noodle by the time I was ...
Today we met a couple of elephants named Gail and Hiyduhm. We sat on their backs while they took us on a trek through the jungle. What magnificent animals, so smart and so gentle. I could not believe some of the terrain they walked us through. We saw a large snake slithering in the mud, our guide said it was a cobra but Kobe disagrees. He said the head did not look like a cobra. Although I enjoyed riding the elephants, I ...
... in the park are black with a white face. We returned for breakfast and then left again for a trek in the jungle that lasted until lunch. It wasn't a very hard trek, rather we were trying to spot evidence of wildlife around (tiger maybe?). We got to our lunch spot which overlooked the river, a million dollar view. And just like that, it came an end. We returned on the boat for about an hour before reaching the entrance and were driven back to our bungalow by mid afternoon.
... flowing waterfall! We eventually found day light again after about an hour caving, we emerged from a small opening back into the jungle! Was a scary but amazing experience and I felt like a true explorer after but that was enough adventure for one day!! We went back to the floating restaurant to enjoy some sticky rice and bananas then headed back to our little wooden bungalow, we got a relatively early night as we had to be up for 6am the next morning to head to ko ...