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Mar 2, 2007 - Phu Kradung National Park, Thailand

March 2-4th Phu Kradung National Park rises to 1360m and covers a high altitude plateau surrounded by cliffs, waterfalls and forests (deciduous, evergreen, monsoon, and sections of cloud forests). The park has cabins and camping at bottom of the mountain as well as the top. We stayed at the bottom in a nice cabin over looking a lake. Most people stay at the top and have porters carry their bags on bamboo poles (as you can see in the photos) ... these porters are amazing ... we could barely climb it with just our water and camera, let alone...

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Jun 26, 2006 - Udon Thani

Just flown to Udon Thani and it was raining when we landed. Thought it was very cute how the airport staff gave everyone a Nok Air yellow umbrella to walk from plane to terminal building! I wish I had taken a photo actually. So I'm now in Udon Thani which is near the border of Laos and tomorrow I go to Nong Khai which is where I will be doing a week long yoga course so I'm looking forward to that. Quite funny because today I joined in with the locals and took part in some free aerobics in the park - what a laugh. I decided on the spur of...

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Jun 4, 2005 - Wang Saphung, Thailand

Wang Saphung is a small town about 20 km. from Loei, the largest town in the area. The northeast is on a high plateau and is a bit cooler than the south. Pui was staying for most of the month to work at the family store before going back to Bangkok to continue working on her master's degree. Fight was just using the trip to get to Bangkok and start school as well. In the morning we went to Pui's store and I met her family. She took First, John, Fight, her aunt and myself to a waterfall called Suan Hom. From there we went on to Suan Hin Pha...

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