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... and find that this is now where the air-con buses leave from.
We buy tickets for the 19:00 Phuluang Tour bus to Chiang Mai for tonight. To save travelling back into town and then having to return out here again tonight I ask if there is a hotel near the new complex and am pointed off to one side. With bags under my arm we set off the few hundred yards indicated but find only a few shuttered shops and a building site. Apparently ...
... themselves white! It's slightly heartbreaking seeing that everyone truly thinks the grass is greener on the other side... But on the same note, I'm developing a nice tan! This week I also had my first experience with a true Thai massage. It only cost 100 baht (about $3) for an hour and a half! I've never had a professional massage, but I also know it was so different from how it is in the US. They really use their own body to massage you! For instance, holding one of your legs ...
Sukhothai is considered by some to have been the first real Thai capital after its people separated from Khmer and later Mon kings. In the early 13th century it held power over northern nowadays Thailand and much of the surrounding areas, including influence over Northern Laos. During this time many palaces, meeting places & temples were built. It is believed that ...
... how luck I was to have this all to myself. 5K later walking and one hitched ride later, I was back in the public market. I have learned that in Thailand, a thumbs up hitch hiking approach is not recognized. One must face ones hand palm down and bend the fingers repeatedly to make a come here please gesture, or just flail your arms wildly. I was back at the market before 7:30 AM and enjoyed the cooler mountain morning weather. During my 4 hour ...
... commissioned in 1357 during the reign of King Li Thai. The king sent for well known sculptors as well as 5 Brahman priests to work on the statue. The first 2 casting worked well but the 3rd required 3 attempts before the King was satisfied. There is a legend that a white robed sage appeared to aid with the final casting and then he disappeared .
Having such a positive experience with the previous train ...