The Old Palace Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Old Palace Resort Ayutthaya
Lovely cosy place, very clean, nice & very helpful family - City a bit loud with angry dogs waiting at the Wats
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... dag hopen we nog iets te zien van Ayutthaya wat in een positief daglicht staat. We gaan tempels/ruïnes bekijken en nemen een tuk tuk er naar toe. Overal moet je bijna entree betalen. Opzich is het wel interressant om te bekijken maar eerlijk gezegd als je er èèn gezien hebt dan heb je ze allemaal wel gezien. Kalen zijn telefoon bleek leeg te zijn dus we kochten een wegwerp camera, waar ze overigens bijna 20 euro voor vroegen.. -.-" Na wat verder lopen door de ...
... from electric cables, on roofs and all around buildings!! They just run across the roads regardless of traffic- it is quite amusing to watch. We saw one monkey jump into the back of a truck which was in standstill traffic then come out with a bottle of drink- cheeky monkey!! We had thought that the locals must HATE the monkeys as they're everywhere and must interfere with their businesses as well as their everyday lives but thinking about it- ...
... with a little hangover from the night before, not the worst I've had but enough. What I needed was breakfast so I headed downstairs and ordered the simple breakfast which to be honest wasn't very good. The plan for the day was to walk around the area and see a few temples on the way, slowly working my way to the famous temple with the head wrapped in tree trunks. The weather was hot, like it always was in Thailand and the sun scorching but I went off walking around to where the map ...
... Managed not to buy anything :D then off to more ruins where I chatted with a monk for abit.
That was Ayutthya done so I heard Lopburi, a town an hour away was pretty good so I got the train there and stayed the night. needn't have really as I saw it all within 2 hours. Much of the same really. Its where the king in the 1300's sent his son so a second palace was built, becoming the secondary capital. One main difference however. monkeys. SO MANY OF THEM! A tad scary ...
... was by speedboat to four beautiful locations including Railay..monkeys everywhere! Snorkeling was fun but the Country has killed the reefs so it is not like the Caribbean. But the bread we smuggled from breakfast helped attract the fish. Pictures ...