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... journey to Old Sukhothai was to see the Sukhothai Historical Park which is designated a World Heritage Site. We rented bicycles to explore the site, as advised by the hostel and guidebooks, which turned out to be a lot of fun and created a breeze to cool down from the heat slightly. The site was beautiful, full of old temple ruins, lakes and wide expanses of green, a really good morning spent exploring the site. We treated ourselves to another ice cream before heading back ...
... picking up. This took us an hour and only cost 32 baht each. At Lopburi bus station, we got off with our backpacks and were asked by a man if we needed to go to the train station, we replied yes and he herded us towards another minibus. Behind the bus were a number of scooters and Marks face was a picture, "how are we meant to get on there with these!?" That was Mark referring to our huge backpacks. I laughed my head off and watched the guy hand me a helmet and ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJ&J Guesthouse Sukhothai
J&J's has moved just down the road to a new location. The new bungalow are very cute with nice furnishings. The staff were very friendly. Our only complaint was that the wood bungalows are close to the road, so it was very noisy at night. Bring earplugs if you are a light sleeper.
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