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... to visit a church here, which was a lovely, friendly experience. We head north on the train today to visit Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai before crossing the border into Laos. However, we'll make a small stop off on the way, and will spend this evening in a town called Sukhothai, which is apparently well worth seeing due to its Unesco World Heritage site. Will keep you ...
... built in a more European style to show the rest of the world that Thailand was on par with Europe. The grounds were really beautiful. We rented golf carts to get around the grounds. Are we lazy or what! To enter the main palace, we had to take off our shoes and put on a sarong that was provided as a matter of respect. We also could not wear a sleeveless top or shorts. From there we drove to an area with a lot ...
... Yes that's right, FOUND ITTTTT. Huzzah.
3) Also finally found somewhere to tint my eyelashes. Have I mentioned I love Thailand?
4) Took Matthew and some friends for their first (and probably last) ping pong experience.
5) Met a new friend and did the Khao San Road thing because we're tourists and we just don't care.
6) Spent nearly an entire day uploading photos and booking flights and hotels.
Bangkok, we'll be back again soon.
... so we decided to hang about to see if the hotel residents had cards or tickets for the boat. When the boat arrived, the people just got on, so we joined them! We thought 'sweet' but didn't have a clue where it was taking us- we hoped it would be to the orange boat. It didn't, it took us back to where we'd started from! But at least we were now on the river!! We ended up jumping on another boat that we didn't need tickets for- ...
... breath and pray.
3. Street food is amazing! We have enjoyed not knowing what we are ordering and John's favourite game has now became 'guess the mistery meat on the stick'
4. Thai people love spicy food. Not knowng a word for 'spicy' in Thai, we chose some really hot food on a few occasions, which was enough to blow your head off.
5. Tuk Tuk (little Thai taxis) are round every corner ready to attack every Westerner with the question 'Where are ...