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... and we wanted to explore the north a little before heading to Laos. Matt and Gearge would be heading to Sukhothai and exploring Thailand themselves before they were both due back in Europe.
Staying with Mark Mint and Miya and seeing more firsthand how the couch surfing philosophy works and its something we would like to participate more in the future.
Meeting people for extended periods while your traveling is by far the best experience you can ever take away.
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We finally get to the Roma about midday and entering the room I flop on the bed thinking the troubles are behind us. Then the room phone rings and could I go back to reception as there seems to be a problem with my passport and visa ? It appears that when they extended my visa here last week although they updated my passport correctly they didnt stamp my arrival/ departure card with the revised exit date. Problems are ...
Also by the time I got up it would have been a bit of a dash across town to the embassy, I had time but everything together it just seemed the sensible thing to put it on hold until I finish the loop back to Bangkok. That way I figured it gives me time to properly plan and book places, also it may be cheaper as its currently still high season at least in Thailand and Malaysia.
... bugs to 4 wheel drive trucks climbing city stairs. I stopped for a foot massage (100 baht per hour) and wondered why a
I am doing this trip alone. I almost need some one that I can occasionally look over at and ask "Is this really all happening? Am I really seeing this?" It is possible to feel alone in a crowd of 10s of thousands of people, but I am a traveler and adventurer and this is what I do. Some body should be here to see this with me. (hint ...
... Haulamphong station is like any major train station, huge electronic information boards, a bunch of platforms, the obligatory train station shops charing extortionate prices and far too few seats for the number of people waiting for their trains. We sat on the floor surrounded by other backpackers.
It was Wednesday night and people were heading north to be part of the Chaing Mai festival of Loi Kratong which was going to start on ...