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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We arrived safe and sound into Ayutthaya on the train. It only took 1 hr 45 minutes and we travelled in 3rd class for Baht15! (Around 30p!) We got so much more than we expected, it was great, padded seats, fans in the carriage, luxury. I suspect we were in the wrong carriage and they couldn't be bothered to ask us to move when they checked the …
... Thailand. After Kanchanaburi we got a bus to Ayutthaya. It had some great temples that were built hundreds of years ago. They were fallen ruins. They weren't shiny and golden like the temples in Bangkok. They had real character. It was very relaxed and was laid out with lots of green park land and bridges. To be honest there wasn't a great deal to do in Ayutthaya. We had 2 days and 1 night. We felt this was enough. One thing we learnt whilst we were there was to never get a fan ...
My Sak Yant
We had gone to Ayutthaya last week for Mother's Day, and the main reason we went was to get Sak Yants done but unfortunately the place was closed due to the holiday. So we went back again on Saturday to hopefully have more success...and we did:)
A Sak Yant is a blessed tattoo done by a monk with a bamboo instead of a needle. It's meant to hurt a lot less than ...
... defect that they don't like, but the most I can get out of them when I say something like "well that was a good day" or "did you have fun today?" Is "it was okay", which doesn't exactly inspire confidence. To add fuel to the fire, after work we headed down to a little bar just next door to the office building and a bunch of the Thai teachers were there (fortunately none of mine), and one girl in particular who I'd actually spoke to on a few occasions was there. She's a bit barmy ...
... that is discharged from the hospital gets a home visit within 7 days and, if necessary, a follow-up 14 days after. Brooke, Nicole and I accompanied two nurses to the homes of two patients. One patient suffered from terminal lung cancer that had metastasized to her bones. She was only receiving palliative care. I was allowed to listen to her breath sounds as a learning opportunity. Severely diminished on her left lower lobe due to CA. The next patient was a 36 week old ...