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... then next bus to depart for Sukhothai left at 7:30pm. So I had 5 hours to kill. It crossed my mind to go home and come back but that would cost more money so I roughed it out at the bus station, had lunch, talked with other travellers and waited for my bus to leave. I did find out there are mini busses here to various places close to Bangkok and Victory Monument wasn't the only option for a mini bus. However no mini bus to Sukhothai.
My bus ticket cost 340 baht and the ...
... I get the chance to travel again, but with a friend because I enjoy the company. I how to make a safe return to Venice- where everything is comfortable.
Top 5 Encounters 1. My number one favorite part of this adventure was when I met Deanna in Aden, Yemen. She is such a nice woman and I hope she is doing well back at home.
2. Stealing the incense burner whine in India. Normally one will steak a soap bar or some ...
... 3626;ุโขท$ 33;ย) was the capital of the Sukhothai Kingdom.
Sukhothai was the capital of the Thai Empire for approximately 140 years. As of 2014, 193 temples have been excavated and partly reconstructed.
Sukhothai means "dawn of happiness". Founde historic town of Sukhothai and related areas were designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991
There really isn't much to do where we are staying. Sukhothai is split into ...
... new I never had before or heard before - Lad Non. Chicken dish in Thai gravy. Well, it was great. Added some rice and morning glory, and obviously a large Chang, and the bill for everything was 130 Baht - £2.60. Not bad at all. It was very warm - again, so I needed one or two more beer. So I decided it is time to explore a bit more of the area, and walked along the mian road - nothing. Sukhothai is a very laidback place, and apparently a bit conservative in terms of closing ...
... Granted I counted 207 but we will go with that Google says. We walked around and took in the beauty. They had similarities to the temples of Bangkok but still had their own flare. There was a monk at the top in his worship all sitting peacefully by a shrine. If you didn’t look carefully you would have thought he was a statue. I say this because it looked as though he had the ever slightest smirk on his face as he was having fun with tourists thinking he was fake. Just made ...