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... wildlife like deers and other animals could also be found. The visitor centre was filled with displays that tells us how diversified the park is.
A brief history about Khao Yai National Park.
"Around 1922 some people from Ban Tha Dan and Ban Tha Chai villages in Nakhon Nayok ...
... better photograph of the waterfalls he started jumping around all the big rocks in the pool, he was so funny! He's trying to be a stunt double for someone I think! There were lots of hornbill birds flapping about there. Towards the end of the day, around 5pm. The army have officers on duty in the park at checkpoints on the roads and the paths leading to the waterfalls, one came running down to us spoke his gibberish to Nok and she said 'aww be quiet big elephant ...
... stop was at a underground temple, as we descended the ladder like stairs into darkness. Joe asked us to hold our headtorches in our hands as there would be a lot of flying insects heading towards our light which would end up in our eyes. The cave was hot and humid, you could hear a faint screeching sound and soon found out the cause, hundreds of bats were hanging from above us! They soon started flying round and Joe was so informative taking us round the cave, showing us the rock ...
... they actually meant just looking for animals not actually hunting them) on Monday. We were on the road for not even 10 minutes when our driver hit the brakes and we began backing up on the side of the highway. Our guide had spotted a relatively small white snake hanging from a tree on the other side of the road. We were instantly amazed by his abilities, and the day only got better from there. Soon after we arrived in the park, ...
... in the jungle. We walked for more than three hours straight in silence so as not to disturb any wildlife. We stopped at one point to have a fried rice and egg lunch (which the boys did their best to eat). But the rest of the time we were on the hunt. For the parents out there (especially parents of boys) I don't need to explain to you how exceptional three hours of silent hiking is from seven and five-year-old boys. We were ...