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In the morning after breakfast we met our local guide Amy, we walked all together down to the pier and calmbered aboard the long tai boat often called James Bond’s (from one of hte ond films which i’ve forgotten he rides one), again we went on an a little tour around tne canals and finished oina different pier. Amy our guide tok us to Wat Po with the temple if the reclingbuddah, a huge staute covered in gold leaf. And then some f the stuppahs and pagodas in side the temple complex. After that me and Doug decide we wanted to see the Grand Temple and Palace and so we went in (Doug had to boorw some long trousers because appernetly shrots aren’t smart enoiugh, and we saw plenty of gold stuff and the emerald budda whihc is a lot smaller thne expeted. Afet that we walked round the grand palace and saw the smart guards in their white unifroms. After our good olook aroudn we vwentruoredacroso the road after some friendly locals pinted us in the right direction toward Ko San Roiad where we had noodle and managd to get back to hte hotel to pack up. After an incredibly long journey for such a short distance but we got their in plenty of time nad managed to get our train toi Chang Mai. Lots of longs converstations and various members oif the groups recieving nicknames by the trin staff (who were traying to sell us things) our bed were finally made.
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