Phu Kradueng

“Phu Kradueng” or “Phu Kradueng National Park”

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The Phu Kradueng. The waterfall passes through the forest along the way. Real Adventures I will find that in the drama. If you do not believe, try to follow. Peugeot Sure, you will not be disappointed, very fun and see what is really natural, if you are ready to follow the wolves on the mountain to do better.

May is considered early rainy season of Phu Kradueng. So it will be natural, fresh and green to see each other. The tourists in this period is very little, it does not have to be busy. It is quite suitable for relaxation.

There are 3 ways to travel to Phu Kradueng.
1. Travel by car.

1.1 Travel through Saraburi, Phetchabun, Lomsak, Lomsak, Dan Sai, Phu Ruea and Amphoe Mueang Loei. Turn right into Highway 201 – Khon Kaen, then turn into Provincial Highway No. 2019 into the Phu Kradueng National Park.

1.2 Use the route through Saraburi. Nakhon Ratchasima Province to Khon Kaen. Turn left to National Highway No. 201 through Phu Pha Phrao District and pass Pha Phan. Entrance to Phu Kradueng National Park.

1.3 Travel through Turn left to National Highway No. 201 through Chaiyaphum Province, Phu Khiao District and turn left to Highway No. 12 through Chum Phae District. After that, it travels the same way as Route 2.

2. Bus

Travel by bus Take the bus at Northeastern Bus Terminal (Mo Chit 2), Bangkok – Loei City. Phu Kradueng Bus Station And the second line to the park Phukradueng. Contact information bus at. Tel. 0-2936-2852-66 Fare

1. Air-conditioned VIP 24 seats. Price 590 บาท

2. Air-conditioned VIP 32 seats. Price 449 บาท

3. Air-conditioned car, 1st class. Price 258 บาท

4. Air Conditioner 2nd Floor Price 280 Baht

When the car at the cliff. The car from the cliff. It will cost about 30 baht per person for Phu Kradueng National Park.

3. Travel by train

Train travel Take the train at Hua Lamphong train station to Khon Kaen train station. By bus Khon Kaen – Loei, it will be Phu Kradueng district and then two cars to the Phu Kradueng National Park.

Joint Adventure

Wake up to the sunrise – Bagan, Burma (Completed in February 2017)
Lost in New Town – Jiufen, Taiwan (Completed in February 2017)
Stop Bus – Busan, South Korea (Completed June 2017)
Try something new – Taipei, Taiwan (completed January 2017)
Unplugged for 24 hours – Halong Bay, Vietnam (Completed May 2017)
This year I hope at least 7 out of 10 of my decisions are out!

The word will live in the year. 2561
“Today I choose happiness” in my life every year, ending in number “8” is a very good year for me, which is why this year’s mantra is about positivity, joy and happiness. For those who know about struggling with my anxiety, I choose to be happy each day. 2017 is the year of recognition, recognition, and awareness of weakness. I remind myself softly that “I can do anything. But not everything.

2018 Adventure Solving

This is the answer to the adventure of the year. 2561!
2018 Next Adventure Resolution Somewhere

1. HIT FIFTY COUNTRIES
Being a counting country and its pride – hitting fifty countries is a huuuuuge step for me, and one I’ve been eyeing since 2014. Four years later, the ticket was acquired. I will check off this goal in Lithuania. Of all places! One thing I have read about Lithuanians is that they are fond of air and Vilnius is one of the largest capitals in the world where you can fly hot air balloons over the city. The reason is since Lithuania has the highest population in hot air balloon per citizen. If you are curious, this unique sightseeing experience starts at US $ 150. Get over the old town for over an hour.

Location: Vilnius, Lithuania
When: April 2018

Credit to Russia Tour
Little things: Lithuanian book traders are regarded as heroes. Credit to Russia Tour

2. SWING by the Golden Gate
From the spots in the United States, a single swing overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge is one of the most accepted. The smallest corner of the world is Kirby Cove, and while not the only swing near the Golden Gate Bridge Most Popular Traveling there is more climbing up and downstream, so it’s not the easiest place to get. But the shot makes the hike worth it!

Location: San Francisco, California, United States
On: February 2018

2018 Adventures of Frida Kahlo Museum
Kirby Cove swing set is not a swing. But the most popular! Credit Katie St John Blog

3. Avoid TAPAS CRAWL
Tapas are so popular in Spain that they have real verbs for tapaer activities, which means “go to tapas” before heading to Spain. I think tapas means just serving small. It is surprising that Tapas is a kind person, nibbles from montados (canapes) to revueltos (raspberries) to raciones (small portions of large entrees) and conservas (food preserved in cans). 1/5/18: I’m hardcore “tapeo-d” around Barcelona, ​​all thanks to my lovely employer who rents the Mercat Princesa restaurant for a colleague. Me and me on the go. Our job is to allow us to try an infinite number of tapas for free. Needless to say, I have left Spain a little soft around the edges. But glad to understand the art of tapaer.

Location: Barcelona, ​​Spain
When: January 2018

2018 Explanation of the Tapas Crawl Spain Adventure
Tapas is a bite-sized food of Spanish cuisine. Credit Telegraph UK

4. Move to BEAT of FLAMENCO
When I think of Spain, I think of flamenco, dance and paella, and my two priorities in Madrid are: 1) Learn the secrets to making Paella and 2) Watch the Flamenco show. Flamenco is a four part production consisting of baile (dancing) , toque (guitar), cante (singing) and palmas (handclapping). There are also a lot of handshakes and cheers that happen. 1/6/18: My friend Madrileno. Tickets for me to Teatro Madrid are in the Malasana district, where You come early enough, you get to sit in the front of this small theate.

What to get from INCA TRAIL

Every 200 people and 300 people start to leave. 82 on the Inca Trail. Machu Picchu, Peru, has devoted a great deal of effort to protecting and maintaining this famous route by limiting licensing and building special camps. If you want to head on your own Inca Trail, here’s a quick list of things to expect, so you can be prepared as well as possible.

machu picchu after route inca

10 things to expect in the Inca route
When they told you that day, Day 2 was the hardest day … They did not lie. The women’s march through this is more difficult than expected. Lots of stairs up to a high altitude make this a challenging day, not a lot of easy walking in the garden.
Wilderness on the trail, inca

All weather is possible. We go from short sleeves in the sun to pour rain at lower temperatures than comfortable. At the end of Day 2, the summit is cold and windy, with long sleeves, jackets, gloves, hats and everything else. On the third day, heavy rain is enough. If you do not wrap it under your coat or under a poncho, you may be wet. Conditions on the route vary greatly, as is the season throughout the year. Ruby of the dead woman passes the inca route.
Do not wear clothes. The toilet on the Inca route consists of holes in the ground with two grooves to place your feet and they are not happy. Five hundred people with all mud feet tried to use only six existing toilets, resulting in questionable hygiene status. These toilets are not much during the day, so most people use natural toilets. TIP! Squat practice before leaving
Crouch in the toilet, inca.

Incredible scenery From the minute you start walking to the day you arrive, Machu Picchu is famed for its amazing views of the Andes. From the lush mountains with occasional waterfalls in the background to the jungle like clouds, the landscape of this path is not disappointing.
Scenery on the trail inca

The ruins more than you expect along the way, not just Machu Picchu that you will see throughout this four day trip. From the old fortress to the religious ritual, this period will be torn down with the ruins of choice. Expect to see the ancient ruins that lay around you all the time without entrance; These ruins are for single people. As you walk through the trail, you will have the opportunity to stop and explore the different archaeological sites of the Inca people.
Ruins on the trail inca

No rain, I do not care what the tour company tells you … no warm water or even a shower. Over the years, Peru has struggled with rains and even restaurants in the last camp. But it’s closed down due to barbarism, so you do not have to worry. You just have to look like you survived the four days of Machu Picchu’s jungle trail.
Located on the Inca route.

Early in the morning, when the sun rises, you rise. Starting your day as fast as possible means you can spend more time on the trail, whether it’s taking a walk up the ancient stairs or enjoying some archeology.
Camping on the trail inca

Porters make you feel luxurious when traveling dirty. These people are beyond miracles. They take half the fabric of the tent, kitchen, chairs, everything and run up the hill on their back, all while wearing sandals, making you and your climbing shoes seem funny. When you arrive at your camp with a tent, a sleeping bag, and everything else laid out for you, these guys make you feel like celebrities as they clap and cheer you while you’re camping. Following them, they supply you with warm water, tea, popcorn and finally dinner. I have seen one run to the camp and come back with a sandwich to feed the elderly hungry. These people are trying their best to make you feel like celebrity during your harsh hikes on the inca trail.
Harmony among hikers Your tour group may be full of new people, but when it comes to trek, they are like your new family. Everyone is likely to create this period in the three months following the time they get a license to ride. These friends who have similar goals will experience dependency and empowerment. Clap and hug you while you’re done carrying a bag or even holding hands when you use the toilet of nature. The Inca Trail experience allows us to break the barriers. “We just met” and built your family relationship.

CLIMBING COTOPAXI: Gather one of the largest VOLCANOES in the world.

The Cotopaxi volcano is in Ecuador, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, and has been in active use for so many years. Cotopaxi rock climbing has been on my list of tanks for many years. I want to stand on the top of a hill and be part of 50% of the successful climbers on this volcano, and I’m Approximately 5,897 m (19,347 ft) from the Eastern Corderilla of the Andes. Snow covered and cone-shaped cone is perfect and has erupted more than 50 times since 1738.

Cotopaxi volcano

Trying to climb Cotopaxi has become a popular tourist destination for many years. Climbing is a technical matter. Use nail pliers, ice cream, rope, straps and nothing scary. Climbers set off the summit of the Jose F. Ribas Refugio, located at 4,800 meters (15,748 feet) at 12:30 am, to reach the summit by 7:30 am. The climber can safely return to the basecamp before glaciers and snow are soft enough to cause avalanches.

Attempting this summit is always on my agenda, I have dreamed of it, researched it for the mind, and finally this year I can try it. This is my story …

Road to Cotopaxi volcano

I have spent a relaxing month on the beach in Salinas with my family talking about … living at sea level, sunbathing and eating empanadas. This may have been a minor mistake. I left my family in Guayaquil by taking a quick flight to Quito, 2,850 meters (9,350 feet), which I plan to spend a few days adjusting and using luggage. Fast forward 2 days later, and I had booked my climbing, renting my technical equipment, doing my groceries, and was waiting for my car to go to Cotopaxi National Park the next morning … a lot for the adaptation. Get used to

Day 1 of our climb and two other climbers waited impatiently to meet our climbing guide and to park our car at the park. We stopped for a lovely lunch … but I was so anxious to eat so I chose my lomo until it was time to walk to the park. I remember telling a lot of ridiculous jokes. Oh yeah … I forgot to mention my Raynaud disease … Nerve? What nerve? Why do everyone have to be nervous about spending 10 hours on the glacier when they feel cold and unattractive to the environment … the joke continues.

Jose F. Ribas Refugio Cotopaxi

We reached our drop point and took a moment to transform into our climbing gear and organize our dress. From here we have time to climb up to the ground at 4,800 meters (15,748 feet). If you suspect this is where Cotopaxi Park tour normally takes you, and we went through the local Ecuador and gringos alike … The only difference is that the 20kg device attached to our back. When we reached the camp, we dropped our pockets, grabbed our picks, took ice and crampons and headed for the glacier to take a little preparation for climbing. Soon after, they returned to the early camp. And a cup of tea before entering the bedroom to relax and relax before 12:30 as if I could sleep with excitement and nerve energy in the air. Oh and it’s really cool. There is no way my sleeping bag will make me feel comfortable even in the heat, gloves and hats. Thanks to my Raynauds, I have little to no feeling on my hands and feet for what seems forever cool and so I take. The next 5 hours wait … and shake

Sitting on the glacier at Cotopaxi Volcano

Alarm clock at 12:00 am on Easter Sunday. (The last time someone died here was a snowstorm on Easter Sunday) and I was ready to travel. I crawled out of my sleeping bag and started the floor. Here we go. Frosties … Heat Tights Lululemon Tights, Hot Pants, Climbing Pants, Underwear, Scalp, Headband, Hats, Gloves Long hair, fleece gloves, gortex gloves you got a picture. I walked up the stairs to breakfast, oatmeal and yogurt and a cup of tea. It was almost time for us to throw in the last touch; Straps, helmets, gear heads, headlights and we headed out and up.

View of Cotopaxi crater

Clear skies, low winds, and the first 200 meters of climbing are easy, not too high, and mostly on gravel islands. We walk along the back of the headlight until we reach the glacier. I’m unconscious We stopped here to put our cramps, grabs our ice and artificial harness as our partners before we started our long climbing and tired up the volcano. Climbing usually occurs at night because of the coldest ice and easie.