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Island of Koh Chang - Hubby had to do some work, so the kids and I joined some friends for this short hike to Klong Plu waterfall that turned out to have great cliff jumping. The trail was well-maintained. Wasn't too crazy about the $5 fee to access the trail, but it was cheaper than entering the nearby national park.
In January I fractured my 5th metatarsal (playing soccer), which put a hiatus on any active adventures for over 6 weeks. This photo is from 2 weeks after I got my cast off, it was my first ride since before breaking my foot. I was super excited to be back on the bike, and have been slowly building up a few kilometers at a time again. It is so hot riding here, so I only go at 6:00 am, right when the sun is rising. Good thing I'm a morning person!
Khao Yai National Park, Thailand's first national park - this was a day of exploring mostly by car and scoping out some trails for future trips, as I'd just got my cast off from a fractured foot, and my leg and foot were weak from being in the cast for 6 weeks so I couldn't hike much. We plan to do an overnight trip here next November (at the end of rainy season when wildflowers bloom). A three hour drive from Bangkok.
Our youngest doing some rock exploration at Nam Pha Pa Yai climber's camp. This camp is awesome, less than 2 hours from Bangkok near Latburi & Saraburi. Tons of limestone rock to climb here, you can rent gear if you don't have your own. You can also book a repelling adventure, as well as use the zipline. The food here was fabulous - authentic Thai and cheap. We enjoyed camping in the cool season, just before Christmas. Had planned to go back in February, but plans were derailed when I fractured my foot playing soccer!