Mountain View Guest House
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... Sukhothai. It cost me 200 baht for the tuk tuk cause it was 14km away.
Once I arrived I rented an old bicycle for 30 baht per day. I was glad I did this cause there is quite a distance to see all the ruins and 3 different areas, however at the end of the day my bike chain fell off and had to walk it home 45 min. :( It also had no brakes but that was ok cause I didn't go fast. Lol. It's was all part of the adventure. I paid 120 baht for the central part of the ruins and paid ...
... New City and Old City and they are separated by about 12km. Old City is where all the temples are but New City is where all the guest houses are.
Our guest house is really nice. It's a cluster of little bungalows of which we have one and about 20 feet away from our bungalow is the pool. It looks a bit green but it is so hot here we thought - "oh well" and jumped in. It was so refreshing especially after a log hot bus ride from Chiang Mai which took 5 hours.
... I have (the same way I spoke to players on the pitch after they ****** me off once again) to sit and stay. And here is the miracle - someone actually listened to me for a change. The dog sat down, looked at me, and didn't follow me anymore. Stefan vs. Dog 1-0. Well, one of his friend would take revenge the next time... Headed to the main tourist bar, Chopper. It was a nice place wtih a balcony on the first floor, and they played some music video. While having my second (small) ...
... a stubborn male told her it was no big deal and ended up getting up lost on the way back to the bike shop. I swore I knew where we were but I guess my internal compass is a bit different when I do not have a body of water as we reference.
Once we got back it was time to head to the bus station to take our night bus to Sukhothai, Thailand. When you arrive at any transport station in Asia, you are FLOODED with people yelling at you to where you want to go… BANKOK! ...
... and reading IPhone translations that are absolute nonsense. He admits, what SG has always maintained – software translations cannot yet replace the good old bilingual human brain.
*The problem turns out to be a part called a solenoid. Half our blog readers may start giving up the will to read - as SG tries to make sense of it all:
*The solenoid is a small component but amongst all the spare parts brought with us half way round the ...