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... ind i et bjerg - meget smukt med gaudi-lignende figurer på "taget" og små grotter man kunne kravle ned i.
Så skulle jeg selvfølgelig prøve at ride på en elefant, hehe, hvilket faktisk var helt vildt sjovt, men også ret skræmmende:-). Var hele tiden sikker på at jeg nok skulle falde ned - men det skete forunderligt nok ikke:-).
Efter forkost gik turen op til Khao Yai National Park - min første regnskovsoplevelse:-)! ...
... hard to come by here anytime after 4pm.
The tour was fantastic, hours of trekking thru grasslands and jungle, saw lots of wildlife including gibbons, black giant squirrel and different types of birds and lizards. We went to an stunning waterfall called Heo Narok dropping about 150m over 3 tiers. It is dry season so not much water but still very impressive.
I was dropped back at the campsite, said goodbye to the other 4 lads on the tour and ...
... out for our first trek along the trails. We didn't find much in terms of wildlife, but it was nice to explore the jungle. And after a lovely (and cheap) tea down at HQ, where the trail ended, we then went back along the same trail after dark to see what we could find. Porcupines were the highlight of this walk, although frogs also featured highly.
The following day, our first full day in the park, we had an early breakfast of ...
... man! Not so long after that we did indeed see some black gibbons swinging from branch to branch in the tree canopy above our heads. Thankfully they had passed by the time one of them took a toilet break. Guide seemed to get great enjoyment by exclaiming "Gibbon chit down to ground" and sure enough, the breaking of little twigs and a splat could be heard and the little gibbon ran off! After lots more walking Guide finally did manage to produce a scorpion from ...
... once), the girl, about 25, let's call her Edeltraut - which, once I knew of its existence, must be one of THE most unfortunate names a parent can bestow on an offspring. After Edeltraut there are two rather handsome young men, both just under 30 I reckon. Hans Von Handsome is a very attractive man who Sandy and I both found ourselves drawn to. And then there's less handsome Friedrich Von Fotografer, who was even more snap happy than me. I assumed that Papa was papa to at least two ...
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