Ain't No Mountain High Enough

Saturday, June 01, 2013

We started off the second day a little bit worse for wear. All the main muscle groups were super sore, even all the tiny and underdeveloped stabiliser muscles between my ribs and everywhere else were painfully sore. Needless to say, I wasn't looking forward to the second day.

Video of day two trekking.

Our guide took us completely off the worn track and onto the locals routes, as scary as the thought of rolling off the edge of the steep hill was, the view was exceptional and more than made up for it. I made Ari promise to hurl himself off the hill to catch me should I manage to accidentally slip. Luckily, he didn't have to prove it me.

Video of one of the smaller paths we needed to take. Watch as I'm oblivious to that fact that Ari almost slides off the edge.

Ari and Linda taking a short refreshing break by the waterfall. 

Amazing views along the way.

More rice fields stepped into the land.

At the end of our journey we had to make a river crossing and instead of paying the toll to cross the bridge we just waded through the river. After lunch we were taken back to town by bus for a much needed massage and some rest and relaxation.

Video of us saving fifty cents by crossing a river instead of a bridge.

Ari and Linda with our guide Tung back at the hotel.

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