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I’ve set up a new YouTube channel, Karl’s Thailand. At the moment I am making videos of some of the more unusual and adventurous destinations that I have discovered in Thailand over the past 33 years.

 

You can view and subscribe to my channel here.

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/drcarlosoboogie

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Great videos! :Clap:

Reminds me of my own travels back 25-30 years ago! :)

I would never have the stamina and strength to do those climbs today in my old age though! :unsure:

Plahgat

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Great videos! :Clap:
Reminds me of my own travels back 25-30 years ago! [emoji4]
I would never have the stamina and strength to do those climbs today in my old age though! :unsure:
Plahgat

Thanks. You wouldn’t like to know how many steps I have been up and down this past month. Possibly more than Tuktik [emoji6]
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I’ve just uploaded my latest travel video; Tham Nakha (Naga Cave) in Bueng Kan.

As it happens a couple of days ago the authorities announced that they have closed it, hopefully not for long as it’s a great day out.





https://thepattayanews.com/2020/09/09/naga-cave-closed-indefinitely-after-being-disturbingly-vandalized-by-local-visitors-in-thailand/
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I have just returned from an enjoyable stay at the ‘Lost Homestay Resort’ outside Ratchaburi which is run by popular YouTube blogger Simon ‘Thailand Land of Smiles’

I took part in his regular Sunday evening livestream. I appear after 31 minutes (Sunday 13th September). The Livestream can be found on his YouTube home page. Thanks to Simon and Mem for being great hosts.

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I’ve just added another travel video. This time it’s Pai Canyon.

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I’ve added another travel video. Spectacular 3 Whales Rock in Bueng Kan, North East Thailand this time. Feel free to subscribe if you enjoy my videos.


Three Whales Rock, Bueng Kan, Thailand หินสามวาฬ ภูสิงห์ บึงกาฬ Spectacular cliffs and scenery

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Here’s my latest video, it’s Chiang Khan on the North East of Thailand, part 1 of 2.

If you enjoy it then please ‘like’ it and subscribe. Thanks.

Chiang Khan Thailand Part 1 เชียงคาน Riverside and Walking Street

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On 10/09/2020 at 20:57, Dr.Winston said:

I’ve just uploaded my latest travel video; Tham Nakha (Naga Cave) in Bueng Kan.

As it happens a couple of days ago the authorities announced that they have closed it, hopefully not for long as it’s a great day out.
 

 

 

What another astonishing place.

At the 13 minute mark that 'Naga head' is beyond belief in its detail, and then soon followed up by its 'body'.

As you ascended at the start of the video I was thinking about the first ones going up maybe hundreds of years ago without the benefit of staircases. Then for them to see the 'Naga' ... imagine those first ones going back down and trying to convince others as to what they had actually seen.

Another spectacular video.

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Here’s Chiang Khan Part 2.

Chiang Khan Thailand Part 2 เชียงคาน ภาค 2, Skywalk Phuk Kngio

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Here’s my latest video. If you like it the please subscribe to my channel.

Bung Khla, Bueng Kan 4k - บุ่งคล้า บึงกาฬ

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What another astonishing place.
At the 13 minute mark that 'Naga head' is beyond belief in its detail, and then soon followed up by its 'body'.
As you ascended at the start of the video I was thinking about the first ones going up maybe hundreds of years ago without the benefit of staircases. Then for them to see the 'Naga' ... imagine those first ones going back down and trying to convince others as to what they had actually seen.
Another spectacular video.

Yes, it was pretty intense even with the stairs and ladders to the top. It’s a shame that they closed it to the public a few days later.

What with the current lack of International tourists and the fact that it was only opened in July very few Farangs have had the chance to explore it.
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Here’s my latest video. Bryan and I shot it while we were staying in Ratchaburi last week.

If you like it please ‘like’ and subscribe, I need more subscribers, it’s free. Thanks.

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I've just posted another video, this one's from a combination of destinations and acts as an introduction to my YouTube Channel.

 

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On 15/10/2020 at 21:16, oldie said:

^^^ What a mighty 'cover page'.

Yes, that's the view from Wat Pha Tak Suea, วัดผาตากเสื้อ an hour or two west of Nong Khai and easy to visit too, no climbing necessary. I felt on top of the world that day . There’s a pan shot taken the same day on my latest video “An Introduction to Karl’s Thailand” linked above.

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