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... crunching leaves), seeing not
only multitudes of trees, but trees decked out in their finest auburns and
golds, meadows boasting their bouquets, rivers flowing and bright blue sky and
pure white clouds and a glistening moon and, oh yeah, did I mention the
FREAKING STARS?! And gazing at said stars all snuggled up near by FLIPPING FIREPIT!!!
miss the stars, guys.
I think that’s
the moral of this story.
... water! Paul grabbed his life jacket and pushed him away from the boat which allowed him to be taken by the current. Paul went next, then it was my turn. Having just dried off after the last incident, I was secretly hoping I wouldn't have to jump- no such luck!! I jumped, put my legs forward but didn't go anywhere! I was stuck by the boat!! I ended up having to swim out a little then putting my legs out to let the current do it's thing. We swam over to the river bank and waited- ...
... lose though as seeing the children run along side the road waving and yelling hellos at us is always one of my favourite moments when riding. So back to the waterfall we parked the bikes and trekked to the falls. It was quite a warm day so wadding in the stream and pools was welcomed to get to the main falls. It was really beautiful and a bunch of other travellers were swimming and enjoying the late morning sun. We stayed here for a bit while I took pictures ...
... 700 hairpin turns 10,000 km/h! I had to use some famous Kaitlin tactics: window open and head out the window. Two Korean fellas in the back of the bus were throwing up the whole way: that's how bad the motion sickness was for three hours!! Thankfully I always carry gravol and our bag. So when I felt on the verge of throwing up I was able to take a Gravol and reduce the motion sickness. Once again I could not be happier to get off the ...
... before heading onto Bali for a week prior to embarking on Australia and New Zealand. Now for a 15 hour journey from Bangkok to Koh Tao to contend. Comprising of minbus, coach, tuk tuk and ferry. All in the space of 7pm - 10am. Having only done the long overnight train a few days back, it was a struggle to motivate ourselves for it. Needless to say the result waiting at the other end will be certainly worth it - so let's get it over with!! Speak soon! Love to all. Oli and Kelsey ...
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245 Moo 1 Chaisongkram Rd, Pai | 4 star hotelfrom $46
119 Moo 2, Tambol Wiangnuer, Pai | 3 star hotelfrom $29
65 Moo 3, Pai | Hotelfrom $26
13 Moo 4 Rungsiyanon Rd, Pai | Hotelfrom $16
87/1 Moo3 Viang Tai, Pai | Hotelfrom $10