Topland Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... from Germany. Mark was such a good host he was more concerned with us exploring Phitsanulok and having a good time rather than working. It was hard for us as we wanted to help but after a while it was clear us just being around and helping a little with the kids was enough, they obviously enjoyed the company of different guests.
Mark like us is originally from the UK and settled in Thailand over ten years ago, after marring Mint and them having a daughter Myia, ...
... stopover and bus change etc at Khon Kaen. We havent done this before or travelled with this company before so fingers crossed everything works out. Surely it has to compare favourably with the trip here ?!!
We eat lunch in our roon then I walk to the internet in glorious sunshine. Typical as it is our last day here.
Pack bags then walk to B&B bar to say goodbye to whoever is ...
... the mahouts can prepare for this because there are certain signs the males show when they about to enter musthe. For this, the mahouts need to know how to use blow darts to make the elephants drowsy, so we got to learn as well! You don't want to hit the elephant too close to the head or behind, because he can take it out with his trunk or tail, so you want to hit it in the side, and then the medicine immediately starts entering the bloodstream. It was much harder than it ...
... 1000 times, i went to discover a little more of Phitsanulok...and i can tell you, its a little, cause this is really the hole of Pluto ( i know, another non saying in English but i just love to make up my own language ;)
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... some beansprouts and spring onions around in it and served it in a polystyrene tub in seaweed. We sat back down and watched a beauty contest where the audience voted for traditionally dressed young women (with lots of make-up!) by purchasing bunches of red flowers and giving a desired amount to their favourite. Slightly odd but watchable. The costumes were fabulous though, merrily and mum would of loved them in particular. We carried ...