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... like I said!.....we will be in Chiang Mai for 2 nights….then
we will be staying in the jungle with a tribe and living the way they do!....we
are both so excited!
We have been out nearly a month and of course we
are missing our friends and family….we both love receiving pics and little
messages!....we always try to keep in touch as much as an we are only a Skype
away (anyone that wants to Skype just add us) ...
... breakfast as I tended to have scrambled eggs on toast with baked beans, steamed rice and stir fried veggies. There was also heaps more options such as; eggs any way you like, bacon, sausage, fried potatoes, chicken with ginger, fried rice, fresh exotic fruit, cereal, yoghurt, dried fruit, salad, soup, cheese and ham, all kinds of bread with butter, jam, honey, marmalade, nutella ,peanut butter and to round off cakes, croissant, pain au chocolate and danish pastries! I ...
... especially as a tourist. However, as soon as we mentioned that we were heading over to Sukhothai, our new friend offered to help us find the bus station and buy the tickets (meaning that they would be cheaper as he was local). We thought it sounded a little bit dodgey at the time, but went for it (with an open mind and a measure of caution) given he seemed like a pretty solid guy. Our instincts were spot on, and we ended up getting a good deal on our bus tickets and then ...
... we didn't understand everything about the temple complex we were seeing, but the beauty and intricacy of the buildings were enough to make the visit worth it. The most famous feature of this temple complex is the extremely large reclining Buddha and this was a magnificent gold statue! Since it's so large, it was difficult to get a picture of the full statue all at once, but we tried quite a few times. We roamed around the large temple complex and saw a ton ...
... risk it! This service cost a whopping 300 baht fee.
While waiting, the train station played the national anthem at 6pm. Everyone in the station stood. The royal family is revered by all, being illegal to speak ill of them.
We hopped on the train to find our second class seats were better than the Chinese 1st class equivalent. In second class you share a small area with two more people. The train was much cleaner and also had better food then our Chinese journey. ...