Krungsri River Hotel
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... the Thai curry paste) Tom Yum (a coconut based soup dish), massamam (Kate's favourite but this can change by the hour), spring rolls and finally banana and mango coconut sticky rice. After cooking each dish one by one we sat and ate it all, even for us that many dishes became quite hard to stomach by the end but don't worry we powered through... After all of that cooking and eating we were pretty tired and when Pan suggested that next it was time to dance we laughed ...
... we had met who were also on our course went through security, got our bags and went to meet the LoveTefl reps. After an hour and half bus journey we arrived at our hotel in Ayuthaya to meet Adam and Dan where they have us a timetable of the next few days and our room keys. Sitting in bed I have never been so happy to say I am now going to sleep. Night ...
... around to see all the old sights is either bicycle or elephant. standard. I got a bike. And that was fun. it had a cute basket on the front. All I needed was a field full of daisy's and id be in complete British bliss. A great alternative however, I rode through the historic park seeing all the old temple and palace ruins. I met a girl along the way who looked a tad lost, as was I, so we rode together and got lost another 2 times together. the map they give us are rubbish! or I need ...
... river scenery changes. A lot of farmers selling food alongside the road. Food markets. Monestries. As we enter the mountains the driver suddenly stops. Monkies. A whole herd. Awesome little monkies. Alice is a but scared they will jump in the car. But we are safe. I take out the big lens and do what I can. Then we approach the River Kwai and ride the train over the Birma railroad, from Wang Po to Tha Killen. The railroad that costs thousands their ...
... to the west where it is currently enshrined and covered with a Mondop. During the second fall of Ayutthaya, the building and the image were badly destroyed by fire. The one currently seen is a reconstruction. The open area northeast of the Sanctuary (Wihan) was formerly Sanam Na Chakkrawat where the royal cremation ceremony took place ( this practice is now held at Sanam Luang, the Phra Men Ground of Bangkok ). A very busy place with robes being donated & prayers made. ...