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.

San Francisco: Things to do, see and eat.

48 Hours in San Francisco: Things to Watch Do not Eat
Welcome to the “Layovers” series, which is my motto for short stays! Is it 48 hours in San Francisco? All you need is a pair of trusted shoes and respirators to guide you to America’s greatest treasure. One San Francisco Bay Area San Francisco Zoo is one of San Francisco’s best-known museums and galleries.
Neighborhood: Mission District
Location: Tartine Bakery at 600 Guerrero Street, Fayes’ Video & Espresso Bar at 3614 18th Street, Mission Dolores Park at the intersection of Dolores and 19 Streets.
Conclusion: All other bakery sales

Tartine Bakery Bakery presents the James Beard Award for popular biscuits and fan favorites like Morning Bun, Pain au Chocolat and Banana Cream Tart. The crowd is in the morning but at 9am the line will leave the door and read the reading content simultaneously. Monday and Thursday are the busiest days like the weekend.

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If you’re lined up in the street, you’ll find Fayes videos and espresso bars and many of the publicly-held inventory, home, shelves, stationery, DVDs you can rent, and full roster. Of caffeine products, including some. Of the best coffee you’ve ever had. With your latte in hand, walk to the Dolores Missionary Park, where everyone and their dog will jump. Walk up the hill to see the beautiful skyline of San Francisco’s skyline.

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MID-MORNING (9 – 11 am)
Location: Twin Peaks
SUMMARY: 360-degree view of the Bay Area

If you have a Twin Peaks car, the best spot in San Francisco is just 10 minutes away from Mission Dolores. Otherwise, get these impostors because you want to make your loan money. When the Spanish settlers arrived at the height of 922 feet, they called them “Los Pechos de la Choca”. The breasts of today’s Twin Peaks girls welcome tourists and lovers to set reasonable boundaries. Cross your fingers into a clear day, because when the fog rolls over, it gives an incomplete view. Rolling mist will give you the feeling of being in a real life timelapse and that’s pretty cool too.

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LUNCHTIME (12 – 12 pm)
Neighborhood: Castro
Venue: Indian Restaurant at 4001 18th St Cliff Variety at Castro Street 479 Cookies at 407 Castro Street Castro Theater at 429 Castro Street
Conclusion: Let your freaks fly.

You can not leave San Francisco without visiting Castro, a homosexual gay in the neighborhood of the United States. The rainbow is a poorly selected color pallet, as is the crime, and Harvey Milk is a local hero. There are many excellent restaurants for breakfast and food at Kasa Indian Eatery. They specialize in kathi rolls, rothi or naan bundles and stuffed with curry and chutneys. And black and white photos of India in everyday life to balance the vibration.

In the past, the area was formerly known as the Eureka Valley, but was renamed Castro after the main theater, which had its own Oscar-nominated romance nominated film for the storyline. Even Disney and R. Kelly singalongs the next door to the Castro Theater. Another interesting attraction is the well-known attraction for biscuits, with the shape of the genitals and the red line of skivvies outside. The Group is also near Cliff’s Variety Store and souvenirs you want to bring home and wigs used in case you need to tap your ego, your ego.

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Part time (3 – 5 pm)
Neighborhoods: Haight-Ashbury
Location: Painted

INCA TRAIL WITH RAYNAUD’S DISEASE

The classic Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is 45 km above 4 days to reach an altitude of 4200 meters as you walk down Inca Road and climb up the ancient Inca Stairs and through Dead Woman’s Pass. Enter into history while your view transforms from the magnificent backdrop of the mountains to the ancient ruins, a hallmark for many people’s journeys. With more tourists now having the opportunity to overcome physical hardship on a small journey, push yourself and the people around them up and through this tricky hike. But what happens when you’re in the mountains and dealing with Raynaud’s disease? What do you do to make sure you’re okay and how does it affect me?

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What i packed
Smart wool socks many of them to switch everyday or if they get wet.
Merino wool base coat layer and base coat. (I used these to sleep at night in a tent)
2 pairs of acorn pants, which I sometimes class.
Gortex pants are expensive, but all kinds of frosts know that wetting makes things a lot worse and rains during my hike.
These lambs never look cute. But useful
Gortex Jacket
Merino wool gloves gloves I can wear these at camp when the weather is not cool and put it in my gloves when it becomes too cold.
Gloves (gloves, gloves fit to these as well)
Three buffs are the majority of body heat escaping through the head. I will have Raynaud’s trichotomy hat and real rosary.
Gortex shoes (dry and warm)
Mummy bags weigh down at -10 degrees Celsius (I get my MEC, but they can be bought from other strollers)
Put on a sleeping bag and put the heat. (3,800 camping will be cold)
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How does my Raynaud affect my journey?
I know that my four days on the Inca Trail will include some extreme temperatures and a little stress, so I try my best to be as ready as possible. The first day is easy, the sun shines, the altitude is not bad, the steep slope is not too high, and it is a special bonus that we do not have rain. I was able to pick up a T-shirt during the day and was satisfied with my night, even if it was a pleasure to have my own sleeping bag.

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Day 2 is a very high day on the Inca route; Today is the longest day. I took a special socks in case my feet were wet, the floor was marino, Gortex pants and my favorite mittens jacket all went and went up the mountain. I found that as long as I kept pace, I felt better until at least lunch. After sitting for one hour for lunch, I felt cold in my hands and I added my furry fur gloves to my glove, which was an extra layer under my wool and scarf.

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Some members of our group apparently contracted into the virus, which caused us to slow down today. My feet were numb and uncomfortable, causing me to leave the group and climb up, hoping to generate more heat, which would increase my internal temperature. As I climbed up the mountain, the temperature continued to drop. It was windy and rainy and I stopped to add another leg on my Gortex pants, which was a huge help because of the blockade. When it reached Dead Women’s at 4,200m, I decided to wait for the rest of the group. are This may not be the best idea for my condition. But I knew they were struggling and I wanted to go there to cheer on them while some started their first summit. I sat myself between two stones and sat for about an hour. Fortunately, the last group came to the right before I was ready to go. My hands and feethad change color. I feel tired and begin to be more stressed about my current condition, inevitably making things worse. Rather than staying with everyone on a trip down, I ran desperately to the warm water that sat at my tent. The last 400 meters of contemporaries was definitely a little hard for me since I felt the lack of feeling in my feet made me wobble. Like a penguin When I reached the tent, I kicked my wet clothes off my baseball boots and climbed into my sleeping bag with a heat sink to warm up. I feel awkward during the rest of the night and I can not thank my partner enough to have enough body heat to pass the night.

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The next morning was cold as well. I slipped my Gortex boots and went up to the mountain. My feet are numb from going. I feel very painful and stressful.