A random afternoon my friend Por and I accompanied a lovely Dutch couple to some national parks around Ao Luk, Krabi that aren’t explored very much. I will let the pictures do the talking since that’s all you want to see anyway….
The first National Park we went to.
Me and a cave in the distance…
Walking back to catch the taxi to the next spot…
So cute they did this…
Oh, of course our way of getting to the pier for the boat ride is in the back of a truck…. and we can’t put the back up? OK, mai ben rai right?
Boating through the cave…
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On the way to the cave
Of course there is alway an adventure so be sure to look out for the rocks peeping out of the water as we glide right past them and then we have manage not hitting a huge stalactite on the other side!
Boating through a cave in Ao Luk
Our boat driver didn’t tie the boat up well enough and his friend had to kayak him out there to get it. hehe
Look writing on the wall…
“ancient” wall writing…not so sure how ancient it is though
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Nina Ragusa is an adventurer, messy bun master, breakfast fan, and full-time travel blogger. She’s been abroad and epically failing at the American Dream since 2011. Her sassy yet informative blog, Where in the World is Nina? is all about how to work abroad to live a more adventurous life. If you want to travel longer you have to work to wander.