I have a part in a part. As in Khao Yai will have three posts within my already part-ed posts on Thailand. It was really the highlight of our trip!
We went back to the South bus terminal in Bangkok after Amphawa and took a cab to the North bus terminal and hopped on a bus to Pak Chong and arrived at midnight to this beautiful guest house. We stayed in the place pictured above, just the two of us for the night and it was only $5…yes, I said that right.
We saw this little bugger on the way from our room/cabin to go have breakfast in the main area.
Then we hopped in the back of a truck to take us to our day long tour in the national park.
The trip included leech socks.
What are they looking at?
This! (photo taken through the scope)
Gibbons! One of our first sites of wild life for the day.
There are so many more pictures to come from this park. Really, this is just a hint but these photos are so pretty I couldn’t leave them out.
This national park is known for it’s wild Asian Elephants which come out at dusk (we literally left the park an hour too early). Tigers used to live here but one has not been spotted for five years which is very sad considering that they are probably extinct in the area now.
Stay tuned for two more posts!