Krathom Khaolak Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Got up, got the boat across the river and wandered around the ancient capital. Managed to get relatively lost and were out for about five hours. Saw a load of ruins and cool stuff. Boat trip from hostel at 4, around Ayutthaya Island to see more ruins and temples, and an insanely big Buddha, where people were praying to it and then ...
... quite keen to have a sleep. Both Talon and Zachary slept for about an hour and a half and weren't too bad on the flight. This time I was able to watch two movies! The flight wasn't full so we were able to have the middle seats blocked giving us that little bit more room.
We arrived in Phuket about 5.30pm local time and after stuffing around with arrival and departure cards headed outside to find our ...
Ayutthaya was part of a Siamese Kingdom which occupied the area from 1351-1767. It is now a city roughly 70 kilometres outside of Bangkok. We wanted to go there to see the ancient temple ruins that are scattered all over the area. We took the Skytain out to the Victory Monument in hopes of finding a mini-bus to take us to our destination. Luckily, after asking many locals, we were finally pointed in the right direction. We found ourselves sitting on plastic stools on ...
... harassing the locals and tourists, we will go find the monkeys and hope Baloo my sock monkey doesn't get raped and pillaged :/ We're getting the night train to Chiangmai at 8.50 tonight, one night in a guest house then a 3 day jungle trek to the top of Chiangmai where I will get eaten alive by mosquitoes, I'm going to wrap myself up in a net and make eye holes and see how that goes, love to all, missing everyone, we are 'kerleybarton' on Skype, find us and add us :) much love ...
... wasn't the smoothest, so the jolts would wake you up as you were drifting off. Going around bends would upset the balance, sliding you up and down the bed. Lights, and pulling into stations also serve to prevent sleep. So as we rolled into Bangkok, a lady shouting out 'Coffee, coffee' walking through the corridor but not actually stopping at our cabin, we were tired and exhausted.
We had been scheduled to arrive in Bangkok at 6:30, that was never going to happen. First it ...