Yodia Heritage Hotel
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... hundreds of stork-like birds housing on them and giant lily ponds with more lilys than water. In-train-entertainment is granted by the limited conversations with bench neighbours and the eager sales people passing forth and back through the train, anouncing their goods, reaching from water and beer, over fresh fruits and packed lunch to dried fish. A bit like in south american busses, only that Thais smell better. By ...
... the bus, I met a man named Nu. After much persuasion, I agreed to go to his house. I have Thai people very much love for visitors to come see their house. I met his whole family, and he showed me the air rifles that he builds. They launch a harpoon style bolt that has a hinged barb that extends after piercing it's prey. Fish or mountain chicken. He also had a shop where he painted bottleneck gourds and made souvenir key chains. He wants me to ...
... 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.
... riding around - the history is getting a little redundant on our trip. We had cotton candy and a new strange fruit from a big green flower that our guide bought for us.
We walked by the river as the sun was setting and saw many Thais out exercising. Beers by the river and then walked around the night market there. Went back to Tony's restaurant and he was happy to see us. The live band was starting up and Jenn and I ...
... was so ill that he couldn't even get out of bed!
I went to the pharmacy for him and came across the first Thai custom that I had encountered so far. I had read that in the early morning and evening, the national anthem is played at all bus stations. It is very similar to our two minute silence on the 11th November where everyone must stop what they are doing and be silent, only everyone must stand up when this happens. I read that if you ...