Such as Stick. The train is more folk than the bus even if a little slower.
The time is here:
Now, if this is to chain the train to Phitsanulok and Sukhothai bus directly, I would say it's not worth it. Take a direct bus, you will gain a lot of time.
You say you've time. The advantage of the process is precisely to stop at Phitsanulok.
There is a way to spend a few pleasant hours there. There are some magnificent temples along the river and spend the evening on the Night Market or one of the floating restaurants located on the same river.
There is a train that starts at 8:30 and arrives in Bangkok in the early afternoon. You have enough time to visit and the next morning, you take a bus to Sukhothai (1 hour drive).
If you take the train, well-chosen. There are highways that put forever to get here.
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In thailand I would reccomend doing volunteer work with HI PHi Phi on the island of koh phi phi. It is tsunami releif work and it doesn't require any long term commitment, so you can stay as long or as short as you want.
I also reccomend taking a trek from chiang mai into the mountains to visit a hill tribe village. A lot of these trekking companies go to the same villages, or take large ...mething that seems to happen often. Also, splitting the cab is safer as there are unofficial check points along the way (places collecting bribes) and you dont want an empty seat for someone to climb in and demand money from you. Our cab driver had to make several "toll" stops along the way, but our cab was full, so no univited guests were tempted.
You will have a great time- best wishes.
Distortions at 4th Hand2001-11-27 15:00:49 by chomskyherman
Distortions at Fourth Hand
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The Nation, June 25, 1977
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George C. Hildebrand and Gareth Porter. Cambodia: Starvation and Revolution. Monthly Review Press (1976).
Francois Ponchaud. Cambodge Année Zéro. Julliard Press. Paris (1977).
John Barron and Anthony Paul. Murder of a Gentle Land. Thomas Y. Crowell (1977...n Lacouture in the Boston Globe. We noted earlier that the Monitor editorial and other press comments built on the Lacouture review offer at best a fourth-hand account. The chain of transmission runs from refugees (or Thai or U.S. officials), to Ponchaud, to the New York Review, to the press, where a mass audience is reached and 'facts' are established that enter the approved version of history.
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