Kantary Hotel, Ayutthaya
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We spent the morning looking around the old temples. These are completely different to the modern ones, as these had all been built with stone. We had a look inside one of the ruins, then walked around some of the historical park. We ended up bumping into some Thai school children here, who asked us if we could help them with they're English. They asked us a number of questions from a questionnaire they had been given, then wanted a photo with ...
... fish chew on your feet. We probably weren't good for business though - the fish probably won't want to eat again for a while. After 6 months of travelling, our feet are pretty gross.
After lunch, we walked back to the hotel. We were quite sad to pass an elephant park on the way, all the elephants chained up waiting to give rides. They look so depressed, swaying from side to side. Knowing the process ...
... great, and much cheaper than we anticipated). On our walk to/from the restaurant we got to see one of the temples illuminated which was nice. So that's another busy day done. We are heading back to explore Bangkok tomorrow morning (about 2 hours south of here) for a few days before we head down to spend some time on the islands. Ps. After 2 1/2 years Ed has shaved his beard off! (Competition: last blog written by ...
... Rachaburan. We didn't get chance to look for too long though as it was dark and the guard clearly wanted to lock up and followed us around! Ru was very tired at this stage, and alternated between squealing like a pig and giving Eskimo kisses. We thought it best we stop disturbing the peace and find some proper dinner. Ru worked the streets the way he always does. It's hilarious, people smile and wave at him and he acts all coy. Then, just as we are waking away he quicky ...
... we walked across the street to the historical park and were instantly transported back to the 1300s after the Burmese had raided, pillaged and burned the Ayutthayan Empire for the final time. Standing in the middle of Wat Mahathat, the ruins of a once glorious civilization stood bare, black and tilting. It was the Land of Broken Buddhas. Everywhere you looked, body parts of the revered statues were strewn across floors, walls and bare earth. We wove our way through hundreds ...