Clearly these rocks mean more to the locals than to most tourists. For whatever reason, throughout Southeast Asia, locals are fascinated by rocks' shapes, and most have been identified as resembling either humans or animals; you'll be informed by your guide. There are almost always myths or stories attached to explain the rocks, so maybe this is basic mythology. Anyway, these rocks are a rather daunting clamber out to the sea, and if the sun has been blazing down for most of the days, the rocks will be hot enough to make you regret touching them. I stayed on the somewhat cooler land under a few shade trees and just imagined making the trek with my fellow trekkers. That also works.
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