There wasn’t a lot to do in Phitsanulok. The only reason we stayed there was because it was close to the Old City of Sukhothai consisted of lots more ruins. So guess what we did…we took a bus, hired some bikes and travelled round the ruins. Not much more to say about this except we found our own Chinese stalker who followed us round the ruins asking for us to take her picture. She thought she’d return the favor by taking one of us – it was wonky, so we quickly refused any more offerings and set the timer instead. There were some great sights, resulting in some great pics, so take a look for yourselves…

After a few hours on the bikes in the sweltering sun, we needed a drink and found a great little place that did some amazing Frappes. I decided to have the Lychee Frappe (brought back memories of the Lychee Martini’s I shared with Kerry Hayward in Dirty Martini) and Barry had the Passion Fruit. A refreshing end to a very cultural filled day.