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Saturday 2nd After managing to combat Bangkok bus station...not an easy feat followed by a nice 7 hour journey we arrived in Sukhothai just as the sun went down. The sukhothai kingdom flourished between the mid 13th to late 14th century and asserted Thai independence from the existing south East Asian empires. The period is viewed as the golden age of thai civilisation and credited for creating the ...
... the same untouched feel but the park was beautiful, full of lakes covered in lily pads.
We also went to the night market down the road that evening. Lots of interesting food, an absolutely dire band and some very embarrassed looking dogs with dyed hair.
The day after we hid out from the scorching heat and made the most of the fact that our hostel had computers to use. Catching up with this bloody blog!
Next stop, Chiang Mai!
... of the swimming pool. Avery and Nia had done so much walking in Ayutthaya that a pool in this leg of our trip was their reward. Plus it was still cheap at $20 a night. They have a nice restaurant with good food and they were nice to let us eat by the pool.
Up until this point Ive been really impressed with Avery's ability to walk as long as he does in the beating sun. Never asks to be carried. Now when ...
... else in the group was wearing. Then we realized -- we were about to be IN the parade. Look at us, in Thailand for less than a week and already in a local parade. We can't tell you how many pictures we're in but there seemed to be lots of folks filming and photographing our group.
It was a fairly long route, and we were behind a small band, so as we walked the folks we were with tried ...
Our boat off Ko Kradan didn't turn up at 08:30, we left it for a while then went and asked at the reception. The man told us as it was low tide it would have only picked up from the other side of the island, which was good to know. Luckily there was another boat at 1:30 and the lady at PJ guesthouse where we stayed in Trang managed to get us booked on. It was a blessing in disguise though because we got to kill time before our train on a stunning beach rather than in the ...