Thailand is beautiful. Today we went to Doi Inthanon. Doi Inthanon is the tallest moutain in all of Thailand, and is also the tallest moutain in the Thanon Thong Chai Range and the second in the Shan Hills. It is also considered to be a Himalaya. Today we went to the tallest waterfall on Doi Inthanon, Mae Sa Waterfall and another beatiful one called Wachirathan Waterfall.
The first waterfall, the tallest, was not as tall as I expected. Like all waterfalls, I loved it, though I found this one more favored than others. The way the water burst out of the river on top and came down the rickety rocks was amazing. The way it seprated at the top and choose which route to take. I wondered where it went after, maybe to the next waterfall, or to another river?
The second was not as gorgeous as the first, but I liked it in a different way. Since this waterfall more fell off a cliff rather then going down a bumby hill, it was much more concentrated and all went down one big path.
And then we went to the summit. It was not a waterfall, it was a temple. I liked the way the sides of the stupa bumped up to the golden peak. I loved the way how a bridge curved up steeply over the shimmering pond and the way the foggy mist drifted over the hills below.