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... action going on with the weather, whether it's thunderstorms, rain or even a decent sunset; Scott is mesmerised by it all, it's quite funny really! Just not at 5-6am in the morning. That was it for me then I couldn't get back to sleep so just laid in bed catching up on the news, although I wish I hadn't. I swear every time I open sky news app a plane or a bus has crashed, it fills me with lots of confidence when we are travelling on these things a lot at the moment...! We jumped ...
Back in Thailand, we spent a few blissful days bumming around Bangkok. We visited the fantastic Central Mall and healed up fully from our Myanmar illnesses. Then, we were off to Sukhothai! Sukhothai was the capital of Thailand during the 13th century. As such, it is home to a plethora of fantastic temple ruins and has a very rich history. From Bangkok, we took a (fun-filled) 7 hour bus ride to this fabulous small town. The ...
... the countryside go by out the window. I was watching when my stop would be coming up on my phone so I was prepared. When Phitsanlok was coming up I got myself ready so I could get off the train quickly - they never stop for long at the small stops. Once off the train I went to the information counter to ask about the best way to get to Sukhothai which was a tuktuk to the bus station then a bus. Outside the train station I noticed a German couple looking a little lost so ...
... entertainment. In flight meal time was straight forward and a couple of drinks, I noticed the bloke opposite eating his food from the small tray provided and wondered to myself how he would feel full after dinner easy answer he asked for another meal and then later a sandwich. Eventually we arrived in Doha, getting off the plane I made sure I had my duty free, noticed a guy had left his glasses so passed them to him and also ...
... we could do. Check in was at 2pm - we would have to return then.
So what to do on your second to last day in Bangkok? With Tracey (of Sihanoukville awesomeness) in town, the obvious first step was coffee and a catch up. After a quick student shower in the reception, we coordinated our meeting and were soon sat swigging our coffees at Gecko cafe. Cappuccinos and flat whites aplenty, we were quickly sharing nostalgic memories of Otres beach Basketlife, our stories of where ...