Amarin Nakorn Hotel
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... the station when I see the bus pull out. About 2mins more and I would have been there and we could have caught it. Had Jai phoned me she could have held the bus up that long. Why didnt she call ... 'I forgot' ?
Looks like we will have a 1hr wait for the next bus. A minibus pulls in that is bound for Khon Kaen but Jai says that they drive too fast and are dangerous and just like everyone else who is waiting for the Khon Kaen bus we ...
... hand it to Isabelle who fixed it within 10 minutes.) On Thursday we got the opportunity to visit an astounding temple about an hour's drive away, which is so modern that parts of it are still being built. What made it so incredible was not only the fact that when we approached, we saw five huge White Russian doll-type Buddha's and an equally large pillared temple with the backdrop of some beautiful green-covered mountains, but also because almost every inch of the main temple and ...
... was instrumental in the adoption of Theravada Buddhism as the state religion and developed the thai script. The city and it's kingdom were strong traders and it prospered. But not for long! When the King died in early the 13000's, the annexed kingdoms began to break away and in particular Ayutthaya and Suphanburi became powerful. By 1378 the current king of ...
... the river. We walked in that direction and we found it in 10 minutes. They had kind of everything but mostly, shoes and clothes. We walked around checking every stand and then, sat at a table by the river side and had some tasty dinner. The man who served us was very nice to us although he didn't speak a word of English. So, everytime we needed something, he had to call a younger girl, his daughter probably, to translate ...
... the way to the bus terminal and back to the center. On the way to a
guesthouse listed in the lonely Planet, we found another guesthouse
much cheaper (100 Baht, $3). It was a good idea to stay there as the
one we were going to go to was 400 with a normal bed and a mattress on
settling in the hotel we walked to the TAT office, Thailand Authority
of Tourism for more ...