Bann Kun Pra Guesthouse
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Simple, tradional guesthouse with fan-equipped dorm, clean shared showers. Well maintained, great food as well. Best view I ever had in a hostel. Staff speaks limited English, friendly. Good location to grab a bike and do some temple-hopping. Right by the river, so you can catch a boat directly from here as well.
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... The style of buildings was unlike other ruins we have seen; many had pointy spire tips and looked remarkably like wizard hats. Others were simple towers, or just the ruins of building foundations. Other buildings were massive phallic-shaped temples with magnificent gardens and statues jutting out. Either way, we were amazed by these incredible and unique structures. At one stop, we saw a statue that had been essentially swallowed up by a tree. A small part of ...
... to know if they could 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 ...
... an image of a sitting Buddha, an image of a Buddha carved in a Banyan Tree and remains of Chedi on a lean, which Donna called the Pisa of Ayutthaya. The photos pretty much speak for themselves.
The next pace we went was Wat Na Phra Men. What is special about this place is its beautiful crowned Buddha image and the fact that it managed to escape destruction when the Burmese were burning the city. It was from the grounds of this temple that cannons were fired at the ...
... to the elephant village which is adjacent to the floating village. Pock dropped is back at the hotel at about 3pm and we went down to the pool for a swim and rest. We also called Glenn and Su from the desk and have arranged to meet them when we get into Bangkok. Later we had dinner at the hotel restaurant.
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... was surprised that South Africans spoke fluent English and to Janet a matronly and serious American, and a cast of other characters all earning around twelve thousand rands a month for twenty hours work a week. Most expressed a degree of frustration at the lack of ambition by the children they taught but on the whole loved the life and the freedom. After a few beers, several whiskeys and a monster plate of Pad Thai we wobbled back to Chris and Rita's house for a final ...