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... afternoon i headed back to meet them, and someone called my name, which was odd but when i looked over it was the two french girls i had been on the dolphin expedition with, so it was a nice surprise. We sat and updated each other, and while talking, Katie and Cheyenne also showed up. We had something to drink and chilled out on the patio for a bit. We then made our way around the area and started hopping restaurants, finding neat places ...
So we arrived back in Bangkok at about 5 in the morning... We slept ok but obviously we weren't fully rested. We went back to the D&D hotel (the place we stayed last time in BKK) to try and get a room. We waited for an hour until check in and managed to get a room where we had a couple more hours sleep before going out to Khao San road where I bought ...
... so I decided to go visit Grand Palace..off i went..by myself and the local tut tut (for us indians..thats a rickshaw) guy said it was closed..and said that I should visit all these other temples..I believed him (total dik) and went to visit these temples..i must admit however..some were really nice..I got to see happy budda and standing budda..pictures will hopefully upload but honestly. .I have never seen SO many buddhas in my life.. And been to ...
... things out to him on the way. They all commented on how well he behaved and a credit to me. Sam cried most of the train journey back to the hotel. I have so enjoyed being with people who want to travel their stories to tell. A once in a lifetime trip never to be forgotten. We leave early in the morning. Good bye for now I am planning my next trip ...
... s Summer Palace. It is used for ceremonies now and the current King's summer Palace is in Wah Hin. Then we proceeded to Ayutthaya and 3 of the temples or Wats near there with a boat trip back to Bangkok.
Ayutthaya was the old capital of Siam founded in 1350 and remained so until it was taken over and burned by the Burmese in 1767. Efforts were made to renovate the ruins and a clean up was started. It was declared a World Heritage site in 1981. During ...
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