Topland Hotel & Convention Centre
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- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... themselves white! It's slightly heartbreaking seeing that everyone truly thinks the grass is greener on the other side... But on the same note, I'm developing a nice tan! This week I also had my first experience with a true Thai massage. It only cost 100 baht (about $3) for an hour and a half! I've never had a professional massage, but I also know it was so different from how it is in the US. They really use their own body to massage you! For instance, holding one of your legs ...
... people die in Thai bus crashes and the safest place to sit was the middle of the bus. 4 hours later we arrive in Phitsanulok. Not knowing what to expect we were greeted with a seriously great night Market. Apparently this place doesn't see many backpackers and I have no idea why, it is a great town. I searched for the Islamic food stall (the food seems to be spicier and easier to understand than ...
... and wanted to spend the afternoon, evening at the Wat and the night market. So, off to the Wat (another one!).
First, I crossed the bridge over the railroad tracks: I wanted to check out the hostel, but never could find it. I ended up at the Wat instead, and it is surrounded by food/clothing/junk stalls. But, after navigatating through them, I wandered upon the Wak Compound. And this one is pretty spectacular; so much so that ...
After a short stop over in Bangkok, we take a night train to Chiang Mai in the north of Thailand for a five day adventure that is part of the volunteering mission. After which, we will come back to Bangkok by the same route.
The i-to-i coordinator takes us to the closest train station in the north of Bangkok and the train (only leaving from central Bangkok) is already one hour delayed. We are told this is normal in Thailand!?!