Part 1 here
We came down from the glorious mountain-top ruins and started scouting for our bikes.
The bikes are free and you could just choose what you want.
“I ride because the second my legs start turning circles I become a happier person. I ride because I love to feel the wind on my face and listen to the birds and bugs. I ride because it… makes me feel wild and free! – Emily Kachorek
Ancient cities, ruins or architecture are historic and constitute the splendors of the past.
Moreover, great harm is derived from ignorance, but more harm is still caused by not knowing truly and yet pretending to know. The result is sure to be ruinous.
Therefore, man must know the events of the past. If we have no knowledge of the past, it is somewhat like a vessel without a compass and a rudder on the high sea.
We, Asians, believe that the scientific approach can bring knowledge to human beings. But it cannot elevate the spirit of man. It has only paved the way for materialists in their search for worldly happiness.
Part 3 here
Quoted texts from http://www.ancientsiam.com