Mountain View Guest House
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... empire began to define a cohesive Thai identity by (inter alia) developing a distinctive Thai alphabet.
Traditional Thai historians considered the foundation of the Sukhothai Kingdom as the beginning of their nation because little was known about the kingdoms prior to Sukhothai. Modern historical studies demonstrate that Thai history began before Sukhothai. Yet the foundation of Sukhothai is still a celebrated event.
... countries! The park is like a very quiet Angor Wat park, there aren't many people about there at all. Id say that we saw around 50 people over the period of two hours in the northern zone. In Angor Wat you seen 500+ people with in 20 minutes of entering the park! After seeing some impressive monuments we called quits on the central zone because we were too right to pay to go in and see them and we were a little buddha'd and templed out. We could see quite a few of the ...
... the second driver pulled up and offered to take us for the price we'd asked for- out here its dog eat dog and he'd decided he didn't want to wait in the queue, he'd rather take our money!
We got to the guesthouse and it was nice to be greeted by a very friendly smiling woman; the staff at this guesthouse were so nice to us during our stay- even the maid had a laugh with us.
That evening ...
... was very cool. And the chairs weren't too bad either, this was going to be our home for the next six hours or so. The trip went very quickly actually. No where near as bad as I had imagined. I spent the first half looking at the scenery, not much tbh but we did see a lorry that had toppled over. Helen caught up on some diary writing. We had various stops along the way. A couple of 5 min stops at bus stations, and ...
... and Wat Mangkorn but then you had ones like Wat Chedi Ngam where you had to climb a small incline to a large brick chedi which at the alter lies lots of Buddha statues and piles of rocks placed by people. A larger climb was in stall when arriving at Wat Saphan Hin which was a mighty lot of stairs up a hill where at the top was a large standing Buddha statue and of course a really nice view of the surrounding area. From here we went to probably my favourite one of that ...