Topland Hotel & Convention Centre
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and we wanted to explore the north a little before heading to Laos. Matt and Gearge would be heading to Sukhothai and exploring Thailand themselves before they were both due back in Europe.
Staying with Mark Mint and Miya and seeing more firsthand how the couch surfing philosophy works and its something we would like to participate more in the future.
Meeting people for extended periods while your traveling is by far the best experience you can ever take away.
... the usual place and are told that it is only a short walk to buy tickets for the northern buses. I recognise where we are and know that we are at the wrong bus station and need a tuk-tuk to cross town. We arrive at the air-con bus station where we always leave for Chiang Mai from to find the station closed. Yes, the new bus station outside of town comes back to mind ... We tuk-tuk back to the new station that we had passed some 1/2hr or ...
... to rent one of the umbrellas that has been planted among the many small pools for 80 baht, and then walk along the slippery rocks to your spot. Isabelle and I wanted to swim, so we took off our clothing and swam in our bikinis, but everyone started staring, and some even took pictures! We asked Olivia if they were offended, and she said, "No, they're just jealous of your white skin." I think it's so crazy because we try so hard to become tan, and Thai people use "whitening cream" ...
... the bus, I met a man named Nu. After much persuasion, I agreed to go to his house. I have Thai people very much love for visitors to come see their house. I met his whole family, and he showed me the air rifles that he builds. They launch a harpoon style bolt that has a hinged barb that extends after piercing it's prey. Fish or mountain chicken. He also had a shop where he painted bottleneck gourds and made souvenir key chains. He wants me to ...
... to leave Phitsanulok via the same method. Fate however had other ideas. Our train was delayed, at first by an hour, then two hours and then we were told the train had been crashed into at the station in Bangkok, as in the one we had left from, and wasn't coming at all. So we got on a Tuk-Tuk and got a bus out of town and up to Lampang.
In Phitsanulok Becci is mostly missing the train.