Phitsanulok Thani Hotel
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... there and we will have to arrive in the first week of January.
It was time to go, Mark and Mint in Phitsanulok had invited us to stay and help out in their English school, this was something we wanted to look into and experience as teaching English across Asia seems to be a good way to travel and most of the time you don't need to be fluent in the local language. We wanted to see if the experience would suit us as we had already had offers to teach in Vietnam, ...
If I could have foreseen the day that lay ahead I might just have remained in bed !!
Up just before 05:00 for breakfast before biking into Phon Thong. Drop Jai and the bags off at the bus station and take the bike to the house where we leave it. When we arrived at the station there was a Khon Kaen bus waiting to leave. Not knowing how long it would stay here or how long I would be I asked Jai to phone me when it left. I am hurrying ...
... and then he would pull the ball out and blow on it gently until it caught fire! It was amazing! Isabelle and I both had a chance to try, but both failed. She got much closer than I did, but it was so much more difficult than the mahout made it look. The women (I think the mahouts' partners) also taught us how to make fans from bamboo, and I caught on pretty quickly. (I was much better at it than I was at sewing a hole in my shirt the night before. After an hour of failing, I ...
... The staff spoke no English at all but we managed to make them show us the room. We were expecting another bunker-like room, at a more reasonable price though, but the room was actually quite nice and with a en-suite bathroom. And for 200 B (4,60 €) a night, there was not much to discuss about it.
We dropped our backpacks and left the room to see the city and have some dinner. We learnt that there was a night ...
... and made
him stop for us which was really nice and unexpected. Also, as Julia
was about to take a photo of the funny-looking tuk-tuk, the driver
jumped out of his seat and took a picture of the two of us in it.
Before leaving he shook our hands.
bus trip was short and we asked the driver to stop when we thought we
were in the center of the city, so that we wouldn't have to go ...