We continue our journey to the South of Thailand, a land always ready to show wonderful breathtaking landscapes. The journey is long and since the time of departure we have problems. Sarisa calls Stak by radio but he doesn’t answer. Fortunately Filippo tries to call him by Visirun tablet and finds out that, because of a problem related to the vehicle, he had stopped back. Overcome the problem, we head towards Khao Sam Roi Yot National Park, the meaning of which is “the 300 peaks Mountain”. A beautiful natural coastal reserve characterized by forests that cover an area of about 99 square kilometers, overlooking the Gulf of Thailand. Inside the park there is the Laem Sala beach, a bay surrounded by calcareous hills and paths that lead to some sights that allow you to admire the cliffs that rise from the sea all along the coast, and the famous cave of Tham Phraya Nakhon, the interior of which is illuminated by sunlight through a hole of the top wall. This little paradise gives also hospitality to the Kuha Karuhas Royal Pavilion, built in 1890 in honor of King Chulalongkorn, revered by Thais for the role he played in maintaining the independence of the country, at a time when all the other states of Southeast Asia became colonies of European powers, and for the contribution he gave to the modernization of Siam. We could spend hours and hours admiring this beautiful natural paradise, but it’s time to get back on our road.