Entrance of Thampla-Phasua Waterfall National Park.
Lots of fish.
Entrance to the cave.
View along the way.
We have been in Thailand for a month today.
On the way we stop at a fishing cave, Thampla-Phasua Waterfall National Park.
It is a beautiful, small park, but it is not spectacular.
The story goes that many fish swim into the cave, and few swim out again. The cave is under water, you cannot enter it, and it is not known what is inside.
The road to Pai becomes spectacular, many curves, also many sharp curves, and many steep
When we arrive in Pai we have been on the road for over three hours and the counter is at
We drive through the town to find a hotel. The first thing we are going to look at is very empty, there is really no one to be seen. We drive the other way and see the Diamond De Pai City Hotel. We look at the rooms and take a room for one night, tomorrow we'll see further.
We walk through Pai, it is a very small town, and we look around at a nice market.
Then we walk down the street called Walking Street; this is no longer Thailand, this can be anywhere, Spain, Greece, Turkey. And there are few Thai people to be seen. Tom has seen enough in Pai.
We eat in a quiet Thai restaurant, reasonable food, but there are many flies. And we have a drink in the hotel restaurant, where it is quite busy with mainly Thai guests. We sleep well in the Diamond de Pai City Hotel.
Written on: 2017-11-29
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