8670 feet high (2650 km) is the King’s Pagoda at Doi Inthanon mountain and National park. What a sight, we got there in the afternoon just before the clouds engulfed the mountain – you can see the foggy clouds moving in. Not many tourist – actually just 6 there today including us, but a lot of tribal workers planting new flowers and park rangers working on the facilities. It was 35 C (95F) degrees in Chiang Mai and here it was 18 (64F) degrees C. quite a difference but not as cold a SF. Very comfortable for me but cold for Tasanai and all the workers were in jackets and extra clothing – Before you get to the top of the mountain there are 2 major waterfalls – Maeya and Wachirathan Falls —– I didn’t have the wide angle lens with me so these shots don’t rally show the size – but they are both big and beautiful – there are really spectacular during the rainy season, but I don’t think you can get very close at that time —– If you come to visit we will make sure a side trip to the park is in your itinerary.
I’ll try to add more pictures in the Gallery – I hope to have it set up before the first of the year – but I am working on the AsianCoOp Shopping Cart store software first and this seems like a major project – cutting into my travels.