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... a lot different from the others we had seen. It had buddha's inside saying prayers with people around them pouring water into a bowl. There was more of a sacred feel to it. For example, they were very strict on showing the palms of your feet to the buddha. (Its the same in all temples but this one seemed to be more strict)
We spent around 30 minutes there where we watched locals pouring water over the buddha's, lighting candles and taking selfies! Something they are good at ...
... Mahathat, which was just suffocated with tourists.
Other than temples the city centre has a number of markets including the night bazaar which is worth a visit for clothes as well as some good riverfront restaurants.
To be honest we only went to Phitsanulok due to the lure of geocaches. Read more about it in my other post here: http://tiggerbird.blogspot.com/2013/11/ geocaching-puts-phitsanulok-thailand-on .html
... quick exit when the chanting began. Although at Lumbini we found the Buddhists chants to be very relaxing, somehow, when they are piped over a sound system they don't feel quite the same. After a walk back along the Mae Nam Nan and an exploration of the local market, we opted to eat in a Teochew restaurant, an eatery combining elements of both Thai and Chinese cuisine. With the assistance of a very helpful owner, we selected several dishes and thoroughly enjoyed our meal. ...
... great. Just sitting there and taking it all in but pretty soon Liz's condition deteriorated and 8 hours seemed like a very long time. Administered all the first aid I could but it just seemed to be one of those things you have to ride out and a trains not a very comfortable place to do that. Unfortunately only I was able to appreciate the amazing sunset across the paddy fields and all the crazy wildlife including hundreds of huge ...
... went down to get it and
pretty much all the hotel staff were there waiting with a look of disgust on
their face like no one had ever ordered food in before. (but we enjoyed it and
will do it again I’m sure)
Our final day we had planned to go o Sukhothai historical
park which is about 1.5 hours away but we decided that morning that we would
actually go and stay in Sukhotahi for a couple of days instead. So we decided