After the Monkey cave, we were headed for lunch which included the following dishes. I didn’t have a problem taking pictures of food since all of us are not local and we all are amateur photogs. It is kind of amusing to see all of us try to take pictures of the dishes, a fraternity or I can’t think of anything to name our common interest. I didn’t luck out to take 2 regular yet delicious meals from the lunch, the never-made-me-bored-omelet and simply-delicious-stirred-fried-mixed-vegetables.
Later the guide brought us to the Tham Pung Chang, kind of new attraction from Phang Nga, to explore the nature. There I was, not knowing what to expect from the next location, tried not to think of unpleasant thoughts like drowning and the claustrophobic interior. When we reached the location, they handed me the head flashlight and told us not to bring anything, anything at all. I refused to go there inside at first, as all I could see was the canoe, the water, the cave, and the darkness, in other words, the combination of fear factors. Anyway I did survived during the tour, canoeing, and bamboo rafting by most of our country mates who work there and walking in the cave to explore natural environment.