After another decadent breakfast at the plantation, we were whisked to our first destination of the day, a cooking school.
Of course, the boys weren’t left out, well.. except for beep who was too young to be honest. So he ended up monkeying around and irritating his brothers. Haha!
Uh huh.. i’ve no issues with the boys using the knives. In fact, beep cuts his own apple since last year. Sometimes, he’ll even cut and share them with me. It surprises quite a number of people, but it works for us. :)
On that very wet morning, we only managed 3 dishes – Spring rolls, green curry and stir-fry chicken with cashew which later became our lunch – we ate what we cooked. Yummeehh!
Next, the highlight of the trip ~ Eagle Trek Zipline!
The boys were SO EXCITED, i tell you. So excited!
They were always the first in line, the first to go, in short, the first in everything! The word “FEAR” doesn’t exist in their world. Amazing!
However, the same cannot be said for their grandma and mama sadly.. haha!
Sorry Mother, i’ve done you wrong! (for posting these photos! LOL!)
But after a while…
i’ve got a bunch of very cool boys! :)
Zipline and high ropes course is SO FUN!!!
But those free drops, totally scared the shite outta me. My old heart can’t quite take it anymore… Dang, does that mean i can’t do bungee jump in the future? Hmph!
Fun activities always end very quickly. Sigh. I wish it didn’t have to end so soon. Even though we were up there amongst the trees for more than 3 hours (we took the Gold pass), it wasn’t long enough for us, and i wasn’t the only one who felt that way. We had the most remarkable and fun team leaders, not to mention, really darn cheeky and adorable.. I think mother was pretty flattered with all the attention she got from them. Haha!!
(photo courtesy of Emma M, most right)
It was the little pieces put together so perfectly that made the whole experience so unforgettable ~ The fun, caring and beautiful people in our tour, the cheeky, cute team leaders, the breathtaking venue and the course itself. Without any of these factors, our experience will not be the same. ;)
After our sumptuous seafood dinner (we had 6-7 huge fish!) along the river, our Thai guide surprised us with these lanterns!
For those who are interested in this tour, check out WanGoDo!
Disclaimer : this is not a sponsored trip.