Mountain View Guest House
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... even decided to try a local treat, durian ice cream. Orla had to sit upwind of him as he ate it.
One express train later, and we were in Phitsanulok, further north. We’d stopped here because the town of Sukhothai is less than 2 hours away, and this was the capital from the 1100’s to the 1300’s, and we wanted to see if the buildings looked any different. It’s easy to get to the old town of Sukhothai for a day trip, as ...
... 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 ...
... laptop downstairs and relaxed. About 30mins before the train departure time the guy from reception called the train station again to check in the train if it was running on time and of course it wasn't. It was running an hour late at least so I just had to keep waiting. Another hour goes by and we ring again and yep, now running another hour late. By this stage I had enough time to go grab some lunch which was lucky as I wasn't sure about food on the train. After lunch I came ...
... sung brought us the the bus station and helped us get our tickets. Simon told Mimi he loves her and Mimi said je t'aime aussi. Bus was late yet again! This bus ride was really something crazy! 1. There wasn't enough space for the luggage. Simon got the luggage into the bag area but the door wouldn't close. The driver used a nail to close one of the doors... 2. Not enough place for everyone! Good thing Mimi rushed on the bus to save us seats. Some people were sitting on a bench in the ...
... dotted the highway we were on, which was a pretty good road. We would stop at most towns, people getting on and off.
We stopped part way, after about three hours, for a refreshment break. It transpired that we had VIP tickets, this entitled us to a free Yoplait drink. I'm not sure what other difference VIP makes, just the free Yoplait and croissant!
The bus continued on it's way and made reasonable progress. The only real traffic we encountered was ...