Ayutthaya Place Youth Hostel
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A very long day! Got up early, had breakfast, checked out of Sivarin Guesthouse and caught a third class train to Ayutthaya. The train was very cheap, only 15 baht (30p) each but now we understand why. It all started off well until the train started bouncing up and down and as we were on train tracks we figured that this was not what it was meant …
Kodatski stayed here on Apr 13, 2011 during their trip titled: Kodatski's Great Adventure.
... amp; waited for Amy to arrive. Once Amy arrived we went back out to Kho San Road to have something to eat and a few more drinks. Whilst we were out we went to a massage place, I had a manicure and pedicure & the others had massages. After the massages we had something to eat then went to a comedy club. The comedians were ok but not great. After this we decided to go to Pat Pong which is the red light district of Bangkok, as the others hadn't ...
... watch out — pay attention to the traffic. Don’t pull a Caroline and almost get squashed between two lanes of traffic!
Top tip 3: Don’t eat in restaurants on the tourist strips; eat from street stalls
The street stalls, or night markets are cheaper and nicer. Ayutthaya has a particularly good night market — the stall with seating along the river front does particularly tasty fried fish! And ...
... dazzling the temples must have looked back in the day, even though only 12 of an original 400 buildings remain.
We notched up another mode of transport here, hopping into a 'Ketmit' tuk tuk (which looks like a Darth Vader mask from the front) to visit the important temples.
These include Wat Phra Si Sanphet with its three chedi (stupas ...
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