There wasn’t much to do in Lopburi so I didn’t bother to wake up early. After packing up I left my things in storage and went off to find breakfast.
I had planned on visiting
the palace but I hadn’t planned on Chinese New Year and the museum being closed. I walked all around the walls, just in case I missed the entrance, but there was no way in.
The only open site in town was the monkey covered Phra Prang Sam Yot. The wat isn’t large but the monkeys were. There as a package group that had brought wrapped starbust like candy to give them. This just seemed wrong. These monkeys weren’t that cheeky and I was able to get a lot of really cute shots of them.
Once I had finished with the wat I was at a loss of what to do. I grabbed some lunch and then went to an internet café to kill time. On my way back I picked up some snacks for my night train. When I was just about back at the hotel to get my stuff I felt someone grab my shopping bag, I turned and there was a monkey grabbing my bag. I shook him off and he went away.
While I waited for my slightly late train a local quizzed me on why I would come to