Here is part 2 of my adventure in Thailand...
It starts with a day trip into Thailand's jungle.
We had to get up very early for our trip to Khao Yai National Park, it is a few hours drive from Bangkok.
On the way there we stopped at some rural markets to have a look at the different things they sell there. There was alll sorts of weird stuff like pigs heads, toads, squirming eels and lots of strange fish. There was also lots of fruit and vegetables and I got to try some different things. I tried some jackfruit and some thai bananas. Thai bananas are really small and so much sweeter than bananas here - they are delicious. We also bought some sticky rice parcels with banana, but I didn't like it as much.
The next day we went on another day trip to the Floating Markets. I wasn't that impressed actually. The fast boat was OK but then we got on another boat and it was so slow. I didn't think much of it. I wouldn't recommend going there. I did get to see a Slow Loris at the markets though so that was good. A SlowLoris is a cute little fluffy animal with really big eyes. We found out afterwards that Slow Loris is one of the only venomous mammals in the world.
After the floating markets we then went to Damnoen Saduak Tiger Zoo. This was awesome! I got to play with a little one month old tiger cub - it was really fun. He was such a cutie, so adorbs! His sister was in the other room and she wanted to play with us too so she jumped over the wall.
I hope you have enjoyed reading about my fantastic adventures in Thailand. There was so much to see and do that I still haven't covered it all.
Stay tuned for part three - Thailand!
Until next time,
Thailand is AWESOME!!! part one
I had a blessing from a monk who gave me a bracelet and then we went to the outdoor reclining Buddha. It was 37 metres long.
We had a boat cruise down the Chao Praya River back to Bangkok from Ayutthaya. It was fun and a great way to see the river and all the people who use the river everyday. People live on houses built along the banks, there were lots of people fishing and there were lots of other boats and lots of temples too!
The next day we went to the Red Cross Institute in the centre of Bangkok to see the snake show. My Mums don't like snakes but I love them and I thought the show was awesome, especially seeing the cobras. I got to hold an Albino Burmese Python.
As you can see, we packed in so much. It was so exciting and the best fun ever!
There's too much to put all in one blog so I will do part two next time.
I hope you enjoy finding out about my travels in Thailand.
Until next time....