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... hills on the way we arrived in time to have a late lunch and settle into our room before starting our evening tour. We upgraded to the hotel next door for perks like air conditioning (which wasn't really needed) and hot water (which was barely warm). And no wifi, which is my excuse for this post being so late!
The evening tour didn't actually go into the national park, but it was still amazing. We started by visiting a spring which is a ...
... our hike. Now we are really going into the jungle. Long trousers, leech socks and mosquito repellent are important here. Going deeper into the jungle we discover impressive trees, animal poo, monkeys and lots if birds. From the forest we walk into the grassland where we have our next viewpoint at the watchtower. From here I try to imagine all the animals living in this jungle, like the elephants and even tigers... We finish ...
... told that they were “Zulu dancers.” We even confirmed with Yui that they were Zulu from Africa, not Thailand. We are still confused about where that came from. They lit the huge bonfire, ran around it screaming a few times and then ran off. Next, some fire twirling guys came out that were actually pretty good, except for one guy that lit his hair on fire and didn’t realize for a solid 30 seconds (Scott got this ...
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- David Attenborough's all round animal spotters award for excellent animal spotting!!
We arrived back late at 7pm as we had to help another guide group that were stuck with a flat tire off the road. A long day!! We spent the rest of the evening eating and chatting with the English couple reminiscing on the different animals we had spotted, the wild gibbons being possibly the best.
... to slither up my arm towards my neck and then the adrenaline did start pumping! The natural springs were beautiful. Really clear blue water and surrounded by green trees. No one else on the tour wanted to go in so Mark and I had it all to ourselves. The water was lovely, it was cool but not cold. After this we headed to the bat caves. After descending down some steep steps, we were in a smelly cave and had torches to help us negotiate the ...