Khao Yai

Khao Yai was totally awesome. The first night, our tour guide took us to a cave that was part of a temple, and showed us thousands of bats and bizarre bugs. It was especially other-worldy because there were carved Buddhas and shrines hidden in the cave. Pretty much all of those pictures were on my real camera though, sorry. He also took us to watch the bats leave another cave at sunset.

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The next day we had a full day tour in the park. It was incredibly beautiful and there was so much wildlife. Wild elephants, gibbons, monkeys, snakes, hornbills…

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It was awesome. We headed back to Bangkok the next morning for one more night. While there, we checked out the Chatuchak Weekend Market. It was insane. It seemed endless, and you could literally buy just about anything you want there: trendy clothes, tourist clothes, pretty good art, beautiful furniture, food, good cocktails, pets, jewelry, lamps, shoes, whatever.

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The next morning, we said goodbye to Thailand and hello to Cambodia.

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One comment

  1. These photos are amazing and I am so glad that you are both having such a great time! Thanks for keeping up this blog!

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