Tip Sukon House
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... staff. They all wanted to serve us and crowded around our table.
We then went back to the market that was full of fakes. Most of them coming from China or India. We didn't need to buy anything in particular but nice to just take a browse. We also had a look at the traditional stone shops where we played about with rubys and sapphire.
After spending a good 6 hours on this side we decided we wanted to head back to the Thai side.
... should be showing love instead of hate. As you can probably guess, I do not agree with this perspective of the situation, but I was not surprised to see this as I have encountered many Bush-haters before.
On the side walls were people riding towards Buddha. They were on clouds that formed out of the evil mess on the front wall and became beautiful as they moved toward enlightenment. The back wall with Buddha was beautiful and represented the beauty ...
... nearly had a stroke. It was quite delicious :)
We have a wonderful little pizza joint next door. American (handsome) husband, Thai (beautiful) wife, and adorable little 3 year old boy. It is pristine clean. He is quite a photographer and has photos all around the restaurant of the Mekong River from its origin in Tibet to a sunset picture right here. Very friendly - gave Bev and me free shots of mango vodka ...
... aimlessly for a bit deciding what to do and then I spotted a local bus so asked the driver if he went to Mae Sai (actually just repeated Mae Sai until he got what I meant). He motioned towards a woman inside an office at the side of the road who we think told us we could get to Mae Sai if we got on his bus and changed somewhere else. So we did exactly that and with the help of our friendly driver it all worked out well in the end. Albeit taking twice as long to ...
... I go through all the form filling and I'm given my entry permit and I'm no sooner over the border when I'm approached by tuk tuk drivers to take me into town, however my plan is to go round the market near the border instead of venturing off too far.
I enjoy the differences between the two countries although fairly subtle and enjoy the experience, straight away I notice the tuk tuks seem ...
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