Kantary Hotel, Ayutthaya
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- Continental Breakfast
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So we made it to Ayutthaya! Can I just say how excited I am to have made it here??? Ayutthaya, Sukhothai, and Chiang Rai were Thai places that I hadn't made it to on my previous Thailand trip, and now I can cross one of those off. Ayutthaya and Sukhothai are both ancient Siam capitals. I only had a few hours to explore, but the ruins were amazing! …
... you good karma. It is tempting to buy them all but the people are just going to catch these animals again so I don't support it. Also there are people selling flowers, incense, and Buddha statues for sale. Many things that I think has nothing to do with being a good person or bringing good karma, good luck but they say it shows respect so that is fine. Random acts of kindness should be done in every day life and not just here at the temple is what I ...
... same area, all obviously travelling on the A/C 2nd Class Sleeper Train. Once the train pulled up we didn't have long to get on board so we made haste and moved into the carriage and found our beds which had already been made up for the night. Bawita was a couple down from me, also with an upper bed. Climbing up for the first time was an experience as there really isn't any steps of any kind to get up, only a little piece of metal which is really only for you to get your foot onto ...
... we stepped into the hot air to go have a look at the castle. We walked around and saw lots of pretty things and fancy decorations. We weren't allowed inside but we were allowed to look outside. We went inside the Emerald Buddha temple but weren't allowed to take pictures inside, so I took one from the outside window which didn't work very well but you could sort of see. Once we had finished at the castle it was lunchtime so we went up the road and to the river where ...
... shoes and socks. Inside the temple was a gigantic bronze statue of Buddha. We joined the believers and paid our respects by kneeling and touching our head to the ground several times.
Just outside these two temples was a massive market where we bought peanut brittle and our lunches. We also spotted our first lady boy! We both had noodle dishes that came to 120 baht. Using the toilets in the market (5 baht) I discovered the equivalent of the asian bidet, ...