|From the river mouth near electricity, it is possible to see the pink dolphins from the shore.|
There's a rare breed of albino dolphins in Khanom area that you can't really find from anywhere else. They're pink. PINK! Like every girls princess dreams coming true, riding a pink dolphin! Well we didn't really get to ride them, they are wild and don't bother to please humans.
Like I said they're wild and we sincerely hope they stay that way, even though tourism is rising in Khanom area. So if you go to see the dolphins, don't feed them, let them stay wild and eat what they normally eat. We've heard that many of the dolphins have already died because of what tourists feed them, so much for that fairy tale, eh?
And remember, they're WILD! You migh not see them, but you might as well see them from the shore from some places, for example from the beach near Khanom electricity.
So don't act like this one Swedish group we heard of, they started blaming the boat crew for not seeing the dolphins and demanted them to lure the dolphins out from where ever they were... Funny Swedish people.
We didn't see too many of the pink ones, and the ones that we saw, came just when we already gave up and headed back to the shore. We managed to get few on the video, I hope you can see them well enough.
|Rare pancake formations, not many places have these.|
|We ran into another Finnish couple.|
|The story tells these monks were on the sea with no water, after a long meditation their foot step made a fres water spring, which is still in the island.|