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... decided to do another 117kms to Kamphaeng Phet.
It took a bit longer to get there than anticipated but I arrived in town just before sundown and then the rain started.
Checked in at a hotel, showered (2xstubbies of Hinies) then walked out to the street and ate satay, went to 7/11 to replace the mini bar Hinies and got two large Singha’s, drank those and went to bed. 435kms – not bad I ...
... untouchable and foreign as lady boys and they do stand out of the crowd just like them too.
The 'bus' to my next destination, Kampang Peng, is a little truck with a bench on either side and a skinny one in the middle. The three ladies are sitting in front of me and the one-legged beggar, to whom I had given ten baht at the festival two days ago was to my right. He smelled like beer, but knew a few words of English and started ...
... been travelling with the Australian guy; that was until the Thai guy told me his reason for trying it on with me! 'How old are you?!' he asked; so I replied that I was twenty seven to which he nearly choked on his own spit and apologised immediately stating that he'd assumed me to be in to my forties and that was why he thought he'd speak to me!
I didn't know whether to laugh out loud or slap him; I was used to people telling me ...
... bought a chilli squid on a stick. Whoa, you should have seen the look on Zach’s face after his first bite...I’m sure the locals that witnessed it will be talking about it for a long time. Carl and I came to the easy-to-reach conclusion that it was a tad hotter that Zach was expecting. Though credit to him for eating it all.
So anyway after Zach finally recovered from his chilli squid experience, we ...
... so yeah, let's get in the strangers' car! As we got on our way with Jackie and Thor they asked what we were doing in town. This told us that probably not a lot of backpackers bother to stop here. Kamphaeng interested us because of its Thai ruins. Many foreign visitors head to a bigger sight in Thailand called Ayuthaya which boasts its historic temples but we thought this smaller sight would ...