Kimi B Ley

From life as a beach bum scuba instructor in a bounty ad., to the joys of englandshire-upon-sewageville...Hugs and I'll blow some bubbles for ya

Thursday, May 08, 2008

Krabi : Boat racing

In these photos you can see Khao Khanap Nam, the 100m high hills rising from the water and the symbol of Krabi. If you look to the left of these hills you can just make out Wat Tham Seua (Tiger Cave Temple - look for the golden pagoda), one of Thailand's most famous forest Wats, 1272 steps up to the top of a karst hill surrounded by 1000 year old dipterocarps. Jon and I reached the temple grounds at just about the hottest part of the day so didn't attempt the climb on this occassion, but did receive blessings from one of the thai nun's there in the complex.

Jon and I were fortunate enough to arrive back into Krab town on one of the boat racing days.


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