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... the fact it is here so cheap and there are a lot of ATM's makes travelling so easy going. Food is good, diverse, and fresh prepared. Only the beds in the hostels were we sleep are bloody hard. After 3 hours we went off from the train in Phitsanulok were we stept into a tuk tuk which brought us to the bus terminal in the city. From here we went by bus to the Unesco historical city Sukhothai what is an one hour drive. In Sukhothai it was not easy to find a room as ...
... waited for it to fill up, but no one else was waiting and we had been on the road long enough so paid a little extra to get going straight away.
Upon arriving at the accommodation we were greeted by a member of staff in the small restaurant area that front's the accommodation. We pointed to our names on the piece of paper the lady put in front of us and without any conversation or need to prove who we were she walked us out of the restaurant, through a small ...
... also took the opportunity to stay there for the sunset. The one I saw from the bus the day was spectacular, well, this one was nice, but not spectacular... So it was time to head back, and it seems the last bust left too early. So I joined three French to get a Tuk Tuk back to the new town. I already know the traditional Tuk Tuk where you sit behind the driver, I had the side-car version in Kanchanaburi, and now I experienced the one where the seats are in front of the scooter. Well, ...
... After stopping off to get some water we headed back into town. It was 3:30pm already! Sam was tired so he went back to get some rest, whilst I did some final shopping bits and bobs on Koh San road. Came back to the sauna for some relaxing, read my book etc etc, then we headed back out, I got some money out, had a look around, we bought our final pad Thai for dinner, sad times, then we headed home, Sam ...
... on the go. All filled up we dared the street markets near the Grand Palace. We got 'Thainapped'*. *(when locals see a foreigner from a far they approach you, and highjack your conversation and thoughts, in getting to the next place of interest, and convince you that you are better of doing this Tuk Tuk ride first to see other sights for none than ONLY 40 Bath. They talk so much ...