Luang Chumni Village
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... to a floating market and lots of Buddhas and temples. A gold Buddha that was about 50ft high was my favourite, it's all just so elaborate. At one of the places we visited, a man tried to see us a small figurine of a monkey, which had a little arm you could move, so he could, for want of a better phrase 'treat himself.' The man kept laughing ecstatically and shouting happy monkey. It was hilarious but not really what you'd expect when you were stood infront of the 37 ...
... ask me some questions about Ayutthaya as they had only arrived tonight and had tomorrow only to do their sightseeing before continuing onwards. I pulled out my map of the temples and spotted out the ones which I thought were the best most worth wild in seeing considering they didn't have much time. I also suggested they go with my friend tomorrow morning if he was free as he was who I had been using and was a great guy. This would mean I wouldn't have him to me the next day but ...
... out as we were both still a little bit down. But it was dark and we didn't want to be out late so we went out for food. We walked the other way tonight to avoid the vicious dog from last night...but that's where the other dog this afternoon was! We were ok though and just went in a little cafe we could see nearby to avoid more dogs. The food was pretty bad, tiny and had so much pepper on it! We didn't stay very ...
... all our ingredients, and then a short tuk tuk ride to the restaurant which was to become our kitchen for the day. Our group was small which combined of us, a very camp Spanish couple who were obsessed with The Roxettes and had previously followed their tour around every gig in Germany, and a sweet mother and daughter from Germany. We were taught by a lady called Pan and we quickly absorbed her passion for cooking, we cooked several dishes from pad Thai, green curry (from ...
So we could miss Bangkok whilst the political troubles continue we stopped at the city that was the capital of Thailand for 400 years. It is a great place to cycle round with old many old temple ruins set amongst well kept parkland. The old city is effectively an island, surrounded as it is by rivers and canals.