Pailyn Phitsanulok Hotel
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... more to get our visas for Vietnam.
Two days later the consulate gave us our visa no problem, there were really expensive in Bangkok and as we wanted a two day turn around we had to pay nearly $100 each. We also had to pick our dates in advance when we would arrive in Vietnam, something that was tricky as we still had Norther Thailand and Laos to visit first, picking the exact four weeks we wanted to do Vietnam was a pain, in the end we gave ourselves roughly six weeks ...
... pass by Lamphun without stopping and the bus has no problems climbing te hills to reach Lampang in good time. Continuing through Denchai and Uttaradit it doesnt seem to be too long before we are making our break near Phitsanulok. Drive on past the IndoChina junction where I notice that the furthest place named is Kunming, China, at 1469km. Very glad we are not going there on this bus tonight !!
... of bamboo in half, length-wise, then cut a long, thin hole down the middle. Then, he shaved a bit off the side of a bamboo stalk, and crumpled it into a ball, which he placed underneath the long hole. He then cut a little slanted line across the long hole, and used another piece of bamboo (of which he had sharpened the edge) to move quickly back and forth along the small cut, until a spark caught! He then would push the spark through to the ball of shavings using a thin toothpick ...
We arrived in Phitsanulok after 4 hours in the train. We hadn't booked anything yet and we first asked about the rooms in a couple of hotels on the main road across the train station, but we found them way too expensive (500 bahts) for such shitholes. So, we just kept walking along the road until we saw a sign that had written on it 'Hotel' in small letters and '200 bahts' in really big letters. We automatically went in ...
Day 98 January 7, Monday: Getting to Phitsanulok, Buddha casting foundry,
hour ride from Sukhothai, five to seven hours to Bangkok. Getting to
Phitsanulok was very easy (easier than to pronounce it), we left the
hotel and took a tuk-tuk to the bus station for 40 Baht (just above a
dollar). At the station he yelled at a bus that ...