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After finding a motel in Ranong we discover more trails to explore.
Thai dancing sculpture above Ranong.
Obese golden sculpture.
View from temple down into the Ranong valley.
This creek is cloudy from a tin mine upstream.
Buddhist Wheel of Life with eight coiled twoheaded snake spokes.
A Thai motorcyclist stops to give us directions.
After biking over the last hill we finally spot Myanmar.
Bicycling takes a lot of energy so we stop at this restaurant.
Dense jungle waterfall.
Dense jungle with clearing below.
Four Buddha sculptures each with a different mudra.
Limestone karst with a hole through to the west side.
Motel 99 sign.
On highway 4139 with rugged limestone karsts in the background.
Road 1007 includes some spiky switchbacks.
Road 1007 intersects highway 4 here.
Route includes bicycle north on highway AH2 west on 4139 dirt road 1007 and then rJrBgDg
Rugged karst formation with papaya and coconut trees in the foreground.
Simon fixes a broken spoke.
Simon fresh and ready to head north from Surat Thani.
Simon in front of the limestone karst hole.
Simon is now on the west side of the centertop karst hole.
Simon rests before the hill.
Simon stocks up on some candy bars at the 711.
Stairway to Buddhist temple.
That is Simon after a shower with his cleaned bike shirt.
The motel host shows Simon his room.
The rainfall on the western side of the Thai peninsula is much heavier.
This friendly Lang Suan motorcycle policeman escorts a muddy Simon to the motel.
Through that limestone karst hole is the eastern side of the Thai peninsula.
We know we are on highway 4 when we spot this marker.