Yodia Heritage Hotel
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... hand it to Isabelle who fixed it within 10 minutes.) On Thursday we got the opportunity to visit an astounding temple about an hour's drive away, which is so modern that parts of it are still being built. What made it so incredible was not only the fact that when we approached, we saw five huge White Russian doll-type Buddha's and an equally large pillared temple with the backdrop of some beautiful green-covered mountains, but also because almost every inch of the main temple and ...
... the river. We walked in that direction and we found it in 10 minutes. They had kind of everything but mostly, shoes and clothes. We walked around checking every stand and then, sat at a table by the river side and had some tasty dinner. The man who served us was very nice to us although he didn't speak a word of English. So, everytime we needed something, he had to call a younger girl, his daughter probably, to translate ...
... how to get to Phu Hin Rong Kla
National Park. The staff was not very helpful and could't answer our
question but at least we got a map.
that we struggled a little bit to find the Buddha-casting foundry,
but after walking in the sun for a while, and stopping for lunch, we
eventually made it. The foundry is not meant as a tourist attraction
but it was interesting to see the people at ...
... seeing one tuk
tuk (5km) from there we though we may as well go for it and walk all the way
home, so all in all we walked almost 10km (in flip flops) and were knackered
when we got in. There was no way we wanted to go out again a couple of hours
later for food so we ordered a KFC online to be delivered to our hotel (we had
worked out the delivery services already in Thailand) about 40 mins later the
hotel reception called to say it had ...
... late but still. So next thing - I had to give away any possible sort of distraction eg phone, books, paper, pen and was told to stay in absolute silence for the next 10 days. Not even eye contact to others was allowed. So I say hello to myself. Make yourself comfortable - we'll hang out together for a the next days now. Accept we are stuck here - no escape.
Which sounded like a great idea at the beginning, turned into a ...