Baan Khao Sok
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... of a pick up truck and headed to the Khao Sok National Park. It's a rainforest like we have never seen. Bamboo trees are everywhere! It's weird how we've all seen bamboo so many times but never growing so wild and everywhere.
Lise wanted to touch the trees until our guide said "wait! Don't!!" He explained how bamboo trees have "hairs" that grow on their trunks and that when you touch them you will be itchy for the rest ...
... into a small cave area, a little more like what I had been expecting. We shone our torches around the cave and the stone glittered around us. Our lights revealed a few frogs hiding in various nooks and crannies and we saw a scorpion spider lurking in a crevice too, not what I wanted to see, especially when we were all made to turn off our torches to see how dark the cave was! We couldn't even see our hands in front of our faces, ...
... go around the island in a circle around the main tourist areas which are all close to each other. It's a bit like a tuk tuk. They will try to exploit you but well, it's great fun! All in all it was a great relaxing week, and it included: -2 paradise beaches (chaweng and lamai) -1 attacking territorial miniature fish in a coral -130 mosquito bytes between the 3 of us, mostly in myself -1 cockroach -35 Mosquitos slaughtered with joy (I have been refining the one ...
... the pool and reading on our veranda overlooking the beautiful gardens and mountains in the distance. By the pool Alex witnessed a snake devouring it's latest victim and we spotted a praying mantis as well as birds, plenty of lizards and little animals that resembled chipmunks (one of which seemed to have made himself home in the roof of our bungalow. The scuttling and scratching at night completely freaked me out due to my ...
... place to go swimming. i think the jumps had been talked up a bit in terms of height, but they were quite fun albeit a little dangerous as you needed to jump out far enough to avoid the rocks. The other guys seen a cave on the other side of the swimming area that they swam across to, given my lack of swimming potential, I preferred to stay nearer the boat. After about a half hour swim we carried on our merry way and made it to our bungalows where we were set to spend ...