In the evening we had dinner in town, opposite the park.
We had found a small restaurant where you could eat 'nuea yang kowlee',
small pieces of meat, you have to prepare yourself on a charcoal-grill.
Tasty and nice to do.
The price was about 60 bath (less than 2 euro), unlimited portions.
That's very cheap.
The owner told Pia that he opened the restaurant two month earlier, let's hope everything goes well.
It became rather late, and we had a long way to walk to our hotel. The restaurant owner arranged a tuk-tuk for us, at a very fair price, so we were back in our hotel very soon.
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