While on the train we did some planning (I would say we are getting good at this backpacking thing) and we chose a guest house that we wanted to stay at. Unfortunately that guest house was full. So we went to one right next door. Once we settled in we went for lunch Kate decided to venture away from her regular pad thia choice and try the seafood hot and sour soup. After not being able to identify half the seafood in the soup kate decided she was no longer going to be quite so adventurous. She is now eating only pad thia and keeping a journal of her favorite ones. When finished our traveling kate will know where to get the absolute BEST pad thai in thailand! After lunch we went back to the guest house, this is when we met our best friend twee, she was a cleaner at the guest house. She gave us free Thai lessons and took us around to different temples. After that she took us to the walking market that is as big as sarnia. The market had everything including deep-fried insects, partridge eggs and any type of clothing you could want (including dog clothes). We also enjoyed yet another pad Thai. After the market we went back to the guest house and met up with some guys from Austria, We really wanted to learn a new card game since we were stuck playing bonk, crazy 8 count down and go fish (yes we had resorted to go fish). However learning a new card game proved to be difficult when we realized that in austria they play with a completely different deck then us. They only have something like 36 cards in their deck, it starts with only one six and ends with the pig ( not an actual pig but a women on the card). There were seasons instead of suits and it was all too confusing for everyone involved. Austria 0 Canada 0 new card games learned by anyone that night 0. On the bright side Thai whiskey and coke is very tasty!