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... where there is a big passport center. The only one in the
state. They can make you passport right there. Hurrah,
got that all taken care of but no time to send to Thailand Counsalate for 90 day visas.
So we fly by the seat of our pants. We come into Thailand on what they call an entry visa.
that means you have 30 days........then out unless you can get them to extend your visa..
so so we took ...
Are you about Wat-Ed out We are!! Ok I'll just show you some really cool pictures.
the architecture in these buildings amaze me. Some of these were made before routers, skill saws . Drills. Table saws .
its so fascinating looking at these. Even the chedi's ,these were usually built to bury kings and
queens in. They remind us of Mexicos Mayan pyramids. They are not as large of course , but
do have some ...
... Temple is in fact a privately owned art exhibition, in the style of a temple. The funds were not available to help rebuild the original temple which was in a bad state by the end of the 20th century. A local artist from Chiang Rai decided to take on the temple as a project, with which he completely rebuilt and funded it all himself, spending 40million baht (nearly £800,000). The compound in which the White Temple sits will eventually house nine buildings. One of which is ...
... a market next to the Buddha which had loads of cheap souvenirs so we bought a few bits to send home before getting on the bike to find somewhere to eat. We rode down the road and found a Thai seafood restaurant. I tried Asian Redtail catfish and Paul tried Devil catfish. They were ok but I still prefer sea fish to river! When we'd finished our monstrous meal we headed back before it got dark. It was a lot easier getting back and only took us an hour! Good day all ...
... beautiful colours on simple hand looms and sit behind their stalls with their young daughters on a platform, winding the wool and weaving.
We drove the four hours back to Chiang Mai through windy mountain roads, spectacular scenery and overtook lots of vehicles. We got back to our guest house around 8.30pm - a very long day of travelling when you consider we would have been driving for about 9.5 hours out of the 13.5 hours we were away!