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photoblog image Khao Yai #02

Khao Yai #02

Our Accomodation for two nights, in a Village about 15km from the entrance gate to the National Park.

 

Here is a view of the Khao Yai river from the back balcony of our bungalow...

 

Khao Yai

 

Khao Yai #02

Our Accomodation for two nights, in a Village about 15km from the entrance gate to the National Park.

 

Here is a view of the Khao Yai river from the back balcony of our bungalow...

 

Khao Yai

 

comments (12)

Ce doit être agréable au bord de l'eau. Pas trop de moustiques ?
Ray: Il n'y avait pas de moustiques pendant qu'ils étaient là, Martine ... qui m'a fait plaisir!
Very nice! The water is an interesting color.
Ray: The river is full of red sediment, caused by recent heavy rains on the hill, Elizabeth.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 9 Jan 2018, 07:20
I wonder what the heck goes into the Khao Yai to make it that peculiar hue?
Ray: Red sediment from the recent heavy rains up the hill, Chris.
Un lieu vraiment très pittoresque pour y passer quelques nuits ,la vue de la chambre superbe
Bonne journée
Ray: La station a eu la rivière comme une frontière sur trois côtés, Claudine, et il a fait l'ensemble du lieu se sentir calme et exclusif.
Doesn't look like somewhere you would want a paddle
Ray: There has been a heavy rain up in the hills, and so the river is full of red sediment, Bill.
I look at the vegetation and trees and cannot recognize anything, plenty of scope for me as a plant enthusiast out there.
Ray: The flora of Thailand is quite unlike that of Australia, Martin, so I tend to wander about slack-jawed...
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 9 Jan 2018, 09:12
That’s interesting Ray, we call it ‘river’ in our language too.
Ray: Clever, isn't it Chad, that some useful words attain wide usage!
A trifle muddy!
Ray: A lot of red sediment from recent heavy rains on the big hill, Tom.
I hope you have a better view in the front.
Ray: I rather liked being this close to the river, Mary, even though the manager of the resort suggested we swim in the pool rather than the river this time.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 9 Jan 2018, 19:58
It looks a very pleasant place to stay, Ray - did you have it all to yourselves?
Ray: The bungalow in the picture is a family unit...perfect for our group, Lisl.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 9 Jan 2018, 20:51
Well the accommodation looks reasonable but I wouldn't touch the water, if I were you.
Ray: I'll show you the swimming hole tomorrow, Alan.
That looks like a very substanional place to stay Ray.
Ray: The bungalow was very comfortable for the family, Brian.

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