Just not in that particular order. 🙂

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Tito Butchic commissioned his friend Kuya Cris to drive for us that day. Because we went home late from Bangla, we were a little late the next day. The thing with Thais? They’re almost never late. Anyway, we first had a stopover at Family Mart (7 Eleven’s rival. Oh, in here, 7 Eleven is totally in every corner, it’s kinda like their sari-sari store in here) to buy some breakfast.

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Nothing really special but then I saw this: a big Yakult! Well, it’s not Yault, per se, but still, a BIG Yakult!

Still can’t get over the fact I wasn’t able to bring home one of these because we only had carry ons. Shit talaga.

PRAY

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Our first stop was the Big Buddha. Please don’t ask me where it is exactly or how big it is, I’m too lazy to Google. Do it yo’self! Basta, all I know it that it’s so big, you can see it from the moon! Kidding! You can see it from afar. I think it’s size is similar to that of a seven or ten storey building. Correct me if I’m wrong, I’m no engineer or architect here. Haha!

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We were also blessed by this monk. Apparently, it’s for good luck. And so far, I am in so much luck I hope it stays that way!

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Then off we went to Chalong Temple. It’s so beautiful and intricate and you just want to take home a temple and bring it with you at home! Haha!

EAT

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By the time we finished touring these temples, we went to this floating restaurant.

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This is one of the things I’ll never forget here, aside from the food: fish feeding! Love it! I got a little wet, but that’s okay, the fishes are such gluttons mind you! Survival of the fittest!

LOVE

Now I’m slowly falling in love with Thailand. By this time I can totally say, hey. I can live here!

A fruitful day 3!

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