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Dave here... This is a few days ago but anyway... We finally left Bangkok and caught a minivan up to the former Thai capital.. The travel was a bit of a phaff but we arrived and checked into our reasonable hotel....eventually.. Had to do a bit of hanging around before we could... Had the obligatory wander around the obligatory market.. Which was …
... chase him around the slippery tiled room, while hosing down everywhere to remove anything suspicious, while also trying to stop Ru eating Sweetcorn (yes, from his nappy), was definitely the lowest point of the trip so far. Honestly, travel with kids is great....... Moving on, we decided to grab a tuk tuk to take us round some of the other temples. Our friendly guesthouse called one for us and we negotiated for a 2 hour trip. He took us to the Royal Palace and Wat ...
... was from a different part of the world. We toasted to 2014 (2557 on the Thai calendar) with South Africans, Belgians, Englishmen, Frenchies, Aussies, Danish and many others. I'm hoping that is a telltale sign that my new year will bring lots of easy, comfortable world travel. May 2014 bring you good health, lots of love and riches abound! Or as Ben in 3/1 so eloquently put it, "Tomorrow is New Year's Day, asking teachers to strong healthy body. Very happy Rich in gold." Happy New ...
... people. We decided (Chantal decided) that we should take the second class, air con, sleeper train instead of just the second class seats as Katrine had wanted. Chantal really likes trains so she got to pick. It was a bit more expensive but this is what she had really wanted to try while in Thailand (plus we had baht, it was kip we didn't have). We bought our tickets and then sat around and read for a while. We both still were not feeling the greatest so sitting down (or ...
... 8217;t take him to the Buddhist hell. That kid would have been scarred for life.
After looking around the mirrored temple, which even housed a mummified monk and likenesses of other "famous" monks, we stopped at one of the lunch areas and got a ton of spicy food. The workers stared at us "farang" (foreigners) the entire time we were there, obviously not used to seeing foreigners around. I think I got some spicy Pad Thai, a Pepsi in a glass bottle (which I have ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAyothaya Hotel Ayutthaya
Hotel location was good however, the rooms were not. The carpet, bathrooms and uncomfortable beds all need attention.
If you are looking for a pool and crash pad it's OK, though overpriced
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