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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 ...
... morning we rose early for our visit to Sukothai, located approximately 71km from Phitsanulok. After a visit to a local cafe (complete with BBC World News update and a photo shoot for the cafe's wall of fame) we went in search of the bus station. The mile walk proved to be too much for one of Dave's rather worn looking flip flops, which unfortunately snapped en route. Despite the usual preponderance of footwear shops all over Thailand, there wasn't a single one ...
... you left on the floor vanished, eaten by any kind of demon accompanying you on the way. Only when you leave everything behind and pay only attention to yourself, you find your way through the cave to the end of the tunnel. And suddenly everything is so bright and clear. The best things are usually hidden away in the dark. But once you found them and you know where they are, no one can take them away again.
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... and pulled up a chair infront of a massive pink stage with lights, lanterns and 2 big screens either side. We watched some authentic fan dancing, orchestral works and drumming. Getting peckish we strolled down through the street stalls. We ment a very friendly lady who made me a GORGEOUS traditional dish for 50p. She stirfried 'clumps' of rice flour, then mixed in egg, sugar, chilli and spices to make a scrambled, pancakey mix. She ...
... bus station (I asked him before we got in), but realized a little too late there are two bus stations - one for local buses and one for long-distance ones. We got the wrong one, but the guy was really helpful and drove us to the other one for a minimal price (US$1.20). We wanted to get to Sukothai, but had to go via a bus change at an intermediate city. The next bus to Phitsanulok was supposed to be in about 1.5 hrs. We had some ...