Right now I'm on the trip with my brother and father in a National Park here in Thailand is called Pha Taem.
It's the mostEastern National Park in Thailand.
It's right next to the Thai/Laos borderwhich is divided by the Mekong River.
It's approximately 700 kilometers from Bangkok, about 10 hours drive.
Take a photo of me, I found some money.
This is my dad he just found 20 baht.
How come is not a 1,000baht? Here's my brother standing right next to the sign that says "The first sunset in Siam (Thailand)" Doesn't the sun rise in the east andthen sunset in west? I don't know, I'm confused.
My brother and myself came here when we were little kids.
That's us right there, I'm on the left and that was about 30 years ago.
I don't remember much.
I only remember because of the photos that we took that day.
We're heading down to the side the cliff, apparently there are some ancient paintings that were discovered back in the 1980's Make sure you wear the properfootwear.
If I was to do it again, I would probably might have some hiking shoes or running shoes.
Here's the first view point.
You can see the Mekong River and the Laos border.
The hiking on this trail is 3,800 meters.
It's going to take you good couple ofhours hike.
This National Park is great for hiking or camping.
There's a separate camping site, there are waterfalls nearby.
But you need to bring your owntransportation.
Where are those paintings?Are we there yet? Keep walking.
After we came to the first paintingsite, we decided not to go any further.
It was just too hot and too humid.
There are many other paintings along the trail but it was just too much for us.
My dad and my brother who grew up in Thailand said it was too hot, so if it was too hot for them then it's too hot for me.
It's so hot right now.
And here's the view point over the National Park and again over there the Mekong River into the Laos border and is a good spot to take some photographs and videos.
Here's my dad calling one of hisrelatives about the 20 baht that he found.
Dad: I found 20 baht.
That's pretty much it.
We went back to the parking lot got back in the car and we headed out to a different section of the National Park We came to this section called Sao Cha Liang, which translated into English as monolithic rock pillar these are just a bunch of eroded rocks that caused by years and years of the erosion and it looks like mushroom shaped rocks which dated back to according to park over a hundred million years old Dad: Check out how old and dark this bill Dad: I found it right hereBrother: Make an advertisement and find the owner.