I never had this feeling of constant excitement in my life before. I feel like I don't need a sleep at all. I don't feel hungry much, despite the fact I want to try every of local and new for me dish. I woke up early on my day two and head over to Kanchanaburi. Using one of Thai transportation systems one can understand very quickly what "to operate in Thai time" means. The ride was crazy but apparently only for my European standards. There was an older Thai woman who was relaxing on the front seat while the driver was drifting with 140kh/m through Bangkoks traffic. And what the heck is seatbelt!? Kanchanaburi is awfully touristy. Most pleasant experience was meeting fellow Argentinian travelers and bargaining for buitiful resort. After a day of traveling, eating local food and some site seeing what was left is to set up a goal for the next day. I had a motorbike rented so I made up my mind for to use it to drive 80km and take shower under a waterfall inside Erawan National Park. The area is screwed with guided tours and bus offers. Driving self with a motorbike is such a pleasure. The joy is enormous especially when driving along River Kwai. I spent couple of hours in the Park and then head back to Bangkok. Now writing from a capsule hotel which I have found at night. Tomorrow, finally flying to hidden Muay Thai camp!

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