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... himself so really we had no clue who he was. The tour started quite oddly because I was picked up from my hotel and then brought to Khoa San Road where most of the tours would leave from but I had to hang around for over 45 minutes. The tour was also so full that there wasn't a seat on the coach for the driver so he had to perch in the minibus and ended up leaning on me half the time. There was a break for lunch after three sites ...
... as the first, not bad. Before each movie a short film is shown about the beloved king Bhumibol of Thailand and everybody must stand op to pay their respect. Felt good hehe.
I still had contact with my buddy Anders from Sweden through Facebook and he travelled the other way after Siem Reap. Went to Laos, Chiang Mai and his last city during his trip, Bangkok. He was still travelling with Katrina from the USA and for her it was also the last city. Met up with ...
... that it's hard after 2 days for us to continue. A great and warm time we were allowed to have in Ang Tong.
Next Task: buy new tires, and a new hose or better two. But where?
Ich habe grosses Glück, dass mir jemand von Beringen nötige Ersatzteile und sonstiges nach Thailand bringen kann. So fahren wir nach Ang Tong und besuchen Renè und seine Frau Nok. Nach der ...
... A river taxi took us to the Island that was home to the city and we had a short walk to Baan Lotus Guesthouse. The best so far, a traditional Thai style teak home surrounded by greenery and placed in front of a large lake with jetty leading to a wooden island complete with hammocks. We immediately booked two nights and are spending the next 24 hours chilling out and recharging. The thing about Ayutthya is the dogs, there are wild packs roaming all the streets. ...
... are by boat and by bicycle; therefore upon arrival we immediately booked to go on the early evening boat tour along the Chao Praya river, which circumnavigates the city. The boat tour took us to see three Wats outside the city walls, the first housing yet another giant gold Buddha (not real gold this time though), the second with a reclining Buddha draped in orange robes and the third and final Wat was visited as the sun was going down making it ...
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