Pailyn Phitsanulok Hotel
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... of the train station for the night market. It was a huge long market running parellel to the river. It had some great local food along with some local gift stalls.
We spent a good hour or two here before heading back towards the shopping centre we had previously found. There was a big Tesco in which we loaded up with snacks and drinks to see us through for the night.
Back at the train station we sat for around 3 hours waiting for the train. We watched rats running ...
"What the **** is that motorbike doing?!". For the last hour a motorcycle has ridden in circles outside our hostel window with one of those souped up nitrous oxide exhausts.
Ryan, unable to sleep has taken to pacing around the room cursing the guy who showed us around. "I wanna ******* punch the guy who showed us around. He ******* knew. That's why he didn't show us the room!".
Face like a thundercloud, his pacing has become more purposeful and ...
... fit Dave's feet, but since Thai people are significantly smaller, Dave eventually had to settle for some size elevens. Mission accomplished, we could finally explore the Ancient City. Established in the 13th Century and the centre of rule for over 150 years before being superseded by Ayutthaya, Sukothai is credited with instigating much of what is now seen as the Thai identity. Although prior to the rise of Sukothai the Khmer empire had extended its influence ...
Up with the alarm at 05:00 for a quick breakfast and out car arrives early at 6:10. Into Phon Thong to find that the early bus is running late and although due to have left at 06:20 it is still in the station - waiting for us ?
An uneventful bus trip until just outside Khon Kaen when the driver decides that he needs some fuel. A lengthy U-turn across the ...
... in fact till now i didnt answer to any of them, but please dont stop writing them...it really means a lot to me
for the ones wanting to make a book of it (great idea i have to admit ;) i will sign it when i see you next time...
haha Bangkok, instead of 'the city of angels' i would prefer to call it 'the city with 100.000 and more faces'...i love it and hate it...strange feeling isnt it? After i wrote my last blog i went out for a ...