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... home for the afternoons.
It definitely was a huge staircase to climb this time. It was a great challenge and a lot of fun. There was a neat area I found to explore half way up as well. The path led to more statues, a temple, someones cabin hut and a neat cave. Hailey did very well climbing and made it most of they way up. She was pleased with herself and when she went back down, the bottom couldn't come fast enough. When we were on our way up there was ...
... dairy cattle, rubber, sugar cane, fish farms and tropical fruit in a great Thai rural setting. A couple of nice hills today, both short but steep. The first one overlooked a massive hydro dam and the other one had a Giant Buddha on top. Why do they always put interesting stuff on top of mountains. The last little monster was pushing 15-17 percent and only five of us made it up without stopping. After a wander around the half-finished surrounds we ...
... 95 kms today with no hills. While the bikes were being loaded onto the truck I was 'talking' with some children and a lovely old gentleman. Thai people are very lovely and gracious especially in the country. When we arrived at Khon Kaen we had a swim in the pool. Lovely and refreshing. It is another big busy and mainly dirty city. The large mall we visited was ...
... poles to use! I used bamboo sticks! They were amazing and did a perfect job!
We hiked the 5km up and reached the top of the mountain (1,288 meters) in 4 hours with numerous breaks. The top of the mountain is a huge plateau with many more hikes to waterfalls and cliffs. Unfortunately at the time of year we went all the waterfalls were dried up. We walked an addition 3 km to reach the visitor center and rented camping equipment for the night. We planned ...
... intriguing how priority seating in departures is designated for the elderly, infirm, pregnant and also the monks to avoid any physical contact with women. They glide with an air of serenity in their long flowing orange robes and are an integral part of the culture.
The flight was short, less than an hour and I was one of a handful of western faces. Just keep smiling and carry on I thought, Mr T was there ...