Just outside Udon, in the middle of a forest, lived an influential monk. After his death, the temple has become a place of pilgrimage. Besides simple houses for the monks there is now a monument with an image of the monk. Lots of marble, very shiny. His house has become a museum. Fortunately, it stayed with just that one monument, the scenery is just as it must be witha temple in a Thai forest. And occasionally you'll see some animals.
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