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... to a well worn in tractor, worked to within an inch of its life. No dash of any kind, bare metal, mud, rust, dust and a collection of random screw drivers and tools alongside trinkets and religious symbols gathered over time. I was actually quite surprised we got off the mark as the driver wrestled with the gears and struggled to get 1st engaged. He looked like he was going to pull the gear lever clean out of the gearbox at times with all the wiggling and jostling. It's ...
... scenes where he's overseeing or helping with a harvest, in some he's with his wife, others he's smiling nonchalantly with his camera on a strap around his neck (the king is a keen photographer and sailer - plus I think he plays the trumpet) and in some he's simply sitting on a throne sternly gazing at you. Being all Kingy.
"Greetings peasant, isn't this a fine day to be arbitrary?"
I can see how mass media can affect the way a population think over ...
... the train I was pretty sure was just a hole in the train. Anyway made it
there in one piece. After we checked in we chilled and walked down to the main
street where there was a 7 eleven. They are the most common grocery store it
seems and are everywhere. We bought few snacks, drinks, bread and jam total of
NZD $12. What a bargain. We walked home passed some markets, get a lot of looks
as their aren’t many tourists around here and we are very foreign looking, but
... on a place called At Home in the Lonely Planet book, we boarded a songthaew. We were grateful that they had room for us. At 600 baht a night we thought it was a little pricey, but the room is the best we have stayed in so far. Air con and hot water, sheer luxury. All in all, the 10 hours of travelling was not as hectic as we thought it would be. At Home is so lovely so we booked for 2 nights. Up to Chiang Mai on ...