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The adventures of Fe & Chris

Eyeshine, spiders and monkeys

We had a lovely couple of days around the Khao Sok National Park. We stayed in a lovely, and quite substantial shack, in a place that served up food in beautiful surroundings. For our breakfast viewing pleasure the staff hung up bananas to entice pretty birds to their flower clad dining area.

I was rather hoping to be able to provide you with a dramatic post - “A tiger chewed my leg off” or “An elephant sat on my sandwich” but the charismatic megafauna was not to be found. We did see some fluffy-headed White-crowned hornbills amongst other aves whilst Long-tailed macaques provided mammalian entertainment. We also saw more different, and impressive, species of butterfly than we have ever seen before.

After a lovely curry for tea we took a turn around some of the forest in the dark. We saw the eyes of a handful of mouse deer, chanced across a civet, some tree frogs and some very scary, but pretty, looking spiders.

2 Comments »

  Soph wrote @ February 8th, 2008 at 9:11 pm

I’m quite glad it wasn’t a more dramatic post - otherwise you might have needed my professional help!

  Lachlan wrote @ February 11th, 2008 at 4:20 pm

Did you hear any gibbons? Seems a nice life being a gibbon, get up late, munch on a few mangos then start singing about 9.30. None of this dawn chorus nonsense for them.

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