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... us wildlife in the trees along the road. God knows how they managed to spot animals such as tiny snakes and insects amongst the overgrown grass!
We then headed to a cave temple where hundreds of bats live. ...
... they can string a few sentences together when you get out of the cities. What we made of it was we need to catch a truck to the market and get a bus there, but it's the wrong time now so we have to wait half an hour! Awesome. So boiling hot we crossed the four lane road - somehow! I don't know how, these bags feel like they're getting heavy in the 30 degree heat! After around 10-15 minutes a truck did pull up for us and it cost 20B to get down the road ...
... in our mouth - everyone spat them on the floor and he explained that they do this on contact with water (rain) and it is how they cross pollonate. After seeing the last of the bats fly away, we had a 45 minute ride back to the hostel. Tara and I ate in the restaurant next door and then met our group for a final chat before bed, by this time it was late and we were all meeting up at 7am the next morning.
We were up at 6.15am ready for our full day tour of Khao ...
... up bright and early again, but this time we were going with Mattayom 1, 2, 3 (7th, 8th, and 9th grades) to an overnight Boy Scout camp. Boy Scouts really caught on in Thailand, and every child is required to be in Boy Scouts until Mattayom 3. They are also required to go on a yearly campout, which we were lucky enough to have the pleasure of joining this year. Today also just happened to be ...
... When we opened it up, it was a triangle of sticky rice with Taro in, which is a Thai style sweet potato and purple in colour. We carried on through the jungle. It was really hot. We had made the mistake of only bringing our waterproof jackets as long sleeves and were conscious of getting eaten alive, so put up with being sweaty to prevent feeding the mosquitoes. The next stop was a huge tree that had been covered in strangler vines and had killed the tree. I ...