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... and attempted to visit the Western ones, but they were just too far away (even by bike) if we wanted to catch a bus back to Phitsanulok. So we settled for the Northern ones, and I'm really glad we did! I enjoyed one temple in particular, (Wat Si Chum). Enclosed in a large stone temple was an enormous Buddha gazing serenely down on the world below. His fingernails and hand still gleamed with gold, and it was a very spiritual moment for me. Maybe it was the quiet, or ...
... and made
him stop for us which was really nice and unexpected. Also, as Julia
was about to take a photo of the funny-looking tuk-tuk, the driver
jumped out of his seat and took a picture of the two of us in it.
Before leaving he shook our hands.
bus trip was short and we asked the driver to stop when we thought we
were in the center of the city, so that we wouldn't have to go ...
... 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 ...
... Why won't you just shut up! You Monkey mind -SHUT UP!
(To be clear this is only an abstract of what was actually going on in my mind. Simply MADNESS!)
2 days of wanting to RUN! and HIDE! No one should know about this - not even myself. But then it came to me "WAIT! Why run away?! To go and hide? Where? There is not such a place where you can hide from yourself. So don't be a fool. Accept you can't run away from ...
... 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.