Ayutthaya Place Youth Hostel
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... around the ruins of Wat Phra Si Samphet and then on to Wat Phra Mahathat. By the time we'd finished it was about 35 degrees and we were exhausted so had a KFC, enjoying the air con in the restaurant as much as the food.
... and many delicious skewers. While at the market, you can either stay on land or take a boat trip along the canal to visit temples. At nighttime, firefly’s buzz brightly around the area. We had a wonderful and relaxing time at the market, and I highly recommend a trip out to Amphawa for anyone in Bangkok!
We plan on returning to Thailand to visit the north in a few weeks. For now, we are heading to Myanmar (formally known as Burma).
... the other would take about 1 hour by bike. Still we were advised to not take our bikes to Wat Chaiwattanaram on the outside of the island. But we all had been advised by Thai locals before that a distance was too far when finally it was only a 30 minute walk. And in the end Wat Chaiwattanaram was well worth the trip. More on that later.
Ayutthaya is the ancient capitol of Thailand. The Lonely Planet Guide, that all four of has ...
... symbolism, such as dragons. We went inside and saw the massive golden Buddha, probably the biggest we have seen yet. We wandered around the temple and it got much quieter. We sought shelter under a pagoda for a few minutes, the only company we had were a couple of street dogs, one of them a puppy. The puppy lay down in front of us and you could see the fleas moving across his scrawny body, we felt sorry for it but there was nothing we could do for it. Most dogs we ...
... The town is studded with enourmous golden Buddahs, ancient temples and ruins that seem to appear around every corner ( there is one quietly crumbling away behind the guesthouse, and another one in the middle of a roundabout up the road).
We hire an old guy called Mr Pok we met at the railway station to cart us around the ruined highlights for the day. This, as it turned out was a bit over ambitious, and should have been spread over two days, - causing a severe case ...