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... the start of the trek. The walked wasn’t too bad, I think Paul did well in preparing us the day before. There were a few steep hills to climb and you had to watch for tree roots etc. There was also quite a few streams to cross, one where we walked along a couple of planks of wood or threw the water – we all chose the wood. There was some vine hanging from the trees where some of the youngsters swung and climbed up it, a few falling into the water in ...
... not feeling any better Gary and Talon went off for a quick breakfast before the decision was made that there was no way we could go on our tour today. Luckily we have been able to reschedule for the same time tomorrow so fingers crossed. We are hoping we don't lose our deposit.
Last night we headed to the Indian banquet at the resort. Zachary was left disappointed as there was no plain rice or butter chicken and his favourite naan was crunchy not soft.
... by the lake instead. The rest of us took the longtail boat again for a 15 minute transfer to the start of the hike.
We were climbing from the start and it wasn’t easy going. The narrow path took us through dense jungle and so we were not troubled by the direct heat of the sun but it was humid and we were soon sweating as we clambered up over the roots of enormous iron wood trees. Our guide stopped from time to time to tell us about some of ...
... passing through waste deep water, missed a step with my left foot into an ungodly abyss, the depths of which are still unknown! I clobbered my arm, and my poor right knee bore the brunt of my weight with a crash that would tear it wide open. A bit shocked at first I continued onward, hoping it would be ok. We made out way back to camp eventually, I cleaned up the deep wounds, and let it sit.
That evening we had a ...
... well. It was nearly 6.00 pm when we got back to Khao Lak but we still hadn’t finished as we had a pile of repairs to do.
Once again we had rain on Wednesday night and I needed my umbrella for the short walk to Sun Star Siam Restaurant where I tucked into a huge fillet of steamed fish with ginger before heading once again to Tarzan Bar, one of the few bars which isn’t entirely open air.
At the office at 8.30 on Thursday morning I met Martin ...