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Notes on Seoul – the orderly megacity of South Korea

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Greetings from Bangkok! I'm still here waiting for my new passport, though this week I got out of tow
 
July 21 · Issue #13 · View online
Nomadic Notes
Greetings from Bangkok!
I’m still here waiting for my new passport, though this week I got out of town for a few days. I figured I should do some more train research and visit some new places. I visited Kanchanaburi by train, which is famous for the bridge on the river Kwai. From there I got took two trains to get to Hua Hin - the seaside city south of Bangkok.
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I had an hour between a change of trains in Nakhon Pathom, which was enough time to check out the stupendous Phra Pathom Chedi - the tallest stupa in the world.
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