Krathom Khaolak Resort
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Cycle Tour Day 2, 87km, average 22.7km/h. After the long climb to the top yesterday we enjoyed a nice downhill run to start the day. It was good to see the bright sunshine; not too hot but the humidity was through the roof after the rain. It wasn't long before we entered the National Park with its wild Elephants (saw plenty of poo only) monkeys, deer, squirrel, beautiful butterflies and a few birds, some familiar and some not. The downhill start didn't last ...
... accomodation. We went in the first place that wanted 350 baht for the room, then another 100 baht to use the swimming pool.
Bringing it to about £9 for the night. Over the road, "Tonys Place" we found it for 250 baht per night, £5, including the pool. We took the cheaper one, and to be honest looked cleaner.
Ayutthaya is well known for being the Kingdom of Thailand. They call it ...
... or not.
Upon paying my deposit for the trip I quickly packed up my stuff and checked out of my hotel. I hopped in a cab to the airport with no flight figuring I would book one for late that night or the next morning and stay in a hotel much closer. I arrived at the airport at 12:45. I waited at the ticket counter to speak to a rep until 1:10. Five minutes later I had a ticket for a flight that took off at 2 pm. I ran over to ...
... and found it quite embarrassing as the pupils were so much better at pronouncing the names than I was. Today I simply left it to Sunny.
We all thoroughly enjoyed the day and the children too were warming to us as they got to know us all. At lunchtime a group of girls came to practice their English with us and then, after whispering together for a minute, told us to stay where we were, they had a surprise for us. They returned a few minutes later ...
... bodhisattva Statue in the sitting position and is carved from two thousand-year old Indian yellow sandalwood and weighs over 5.3tons. The statue was created by Mr Tu Jie ( Chinese artist who is also the Secretary General of the Design Research Institute of China Handicraft Art Association & the Director of the Statute Committee of the China Shanghai Handicraft Art Association), who then presented it to His Majesty King Bhumipol of Thailand on ...