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... to relocate from Bangkok to Phitsanulok to be closer to Mints family. Mark has taught English as a way to make a living in Thailand and has opened a lovely small school that helps kids with English after school, the parents like the kids to practice as much as possible and the business seems a nice way to make a living as its mainly open weekends and evenings.
After visint all of Phitsanulok's sights and temples Mark suggested we take a day trip to ...
... and find that this is now where the air-con buses leave from.
We buy tickets for the 19:00 Phuluang Tour bus to Chiang Mai for tonight. To save travelling back into town and then having to return out here again tonight I ask if there is a hotel near the new complex and am pointed off to one side. With bags under my arm we set off the few hundred yards indicated but find only a few shuttered shops and a building site. Apparently ...
... against the other with their feet, or walking on your butt. Apparently although it was rough, it wasn't even close to a real Thai massage, because they know foreigners usually can't handle it! Haha! This week has been so incredibly fabulous, and I utterly fell in love with these elephants. I even cried when we had to say goodbye. I've been surrounded by such lovely people and it's hard to leave such a beautiful place, but I'm headed south for some days of relaxing on Ko Samet ("Samet ...
... by Google, the result was 'Film XXX.' I had no idea what he meant with that... and I wasn't sure I wanted to know. So, I just said 'Ok' a couple times and gave him a thumbs-up, and then left for the room.
The next morning, at 11 am. The phone in the room rings. Romy picks up and I hear her say 'Hello. Yes. Check-out. Today. Twelve. Yes. Today. Check-out.' After a short pause, 'Yes, today. We are checking-out ...
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about the stories behind the Buddha's position. We thought is was a
shame that no matter how long it takes to melt a bronze statue (one
year for the bigger ones) or carve it from a tree trunk, they end up
covering them with either real gold or gold-yellow paint and it ends
up looking like cheap plastic.
walking around the foundry we crossed the street to the ...