Amarin Lagoon Hotel
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Much of today was a travel day but with a stop at an interesting, but gaudy temple, Wat Tha Sung also known as Wat Chantaram. It was built in the Ayutthaya period. There are two main pavillions to the temple. One of the halls of the temple complex is exquisite and tastefully done with beautifully carved doors and wonderful shadowing effects. The …
Ed wondered why we couldn't fly direct to PHS, and I told him it was like going to Bakersfield. Because of a major booking error on Sue's part, we had to wait 5 hours in DMK for our flight. A lovely woman sat by us and began talking in very halting English. She was 60 years old, her majors were French and English, but she was a French teacher and only spoke English when she encountered travelers such as us. When she said she was 60, I checked out her face, ...
Currently 3 hours into our 10 hour train journey from Lop Buri to Chiang Mai! We're in the air conditioned carriage - which is actually quite cold!! The train cost us £12 each and we were fed shortly after getting on. It's been quite good so far as perfect blog catch up time. I've been really bad with keeping up with this- I'm blaming it on not being well! I'm a lot better ...
... we were there. There's a bright blue pool, which we took advantage of at times, including at night(!), and the restaurant serves nice (but thanks to the company we booked through, also very monotonous) food. It's been a bit strange going from eating truly family style (even off each other's plates) in the Akha village, to a very formal way of eating at Sappraiwan, each with your personal dishes eating quietly over a white tablecloth. But it's nice to have a change and to know what ...
... terms of preservation of these ancient monuments, but very much removes them from the everyday life of the people living in the city. It's only in the smaller, less prestigious wats outside of the zones that you get a sense of local people taking pride in their city's historical roots. Regardless of which approach is best, we were pleased to have explored two of Thailand's Ancient Cities, which, along with Kanchanaburi, have injected a much needed cultural element to our tour of ...