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I was back ;-)

12 Feb 2019 03:07 - 12 Feb 2019 03:08 #5176 by zuppi
I was back ;-) was created by zuppi
I had a busines trip to Bangkok and was left with one night and one full day inbetween. Having been to Khao Yai previously with a guide (Jay) I hired a car and went to Khao Yai by myself, armed with my camera ;-)
Here is what I saw and 'shot' in 1 1/2 days (saw one elefant though but failed to get him/her with the camera):

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12 Feb 2019 03:13 #5177 by zuppi
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and some more:

Ok, the last one was not taken at Khao Yai. I saw this squirrel near Wat Pho in Bangkok ;-p

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14 Feb 2019 06:32 #5181 by WT admin
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Another great collection of pictures, glad you got to come back.
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