Krungsri River Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Ayutthaya
... upset my tummy. My body will get used to having food with gluten in, it has too because it doesn't really have much choice! After breakfast it was time to head for a tuk tuk to take us to where we needed to collect our bikes from. The tuk tuks here look like they've been on pimp my ride compared with the ones in Bangkok, they're fab and I definitely felt more safe in these ones. We had to pay 40 baht to hire the bike, I've never seen Matty so excited, he nearly had an ...
... as millions (yes millions!!) of bats all left the caves on the mountain as the sun descended below the forest. We stood for almost an hour watching the bats in perfect formation dance across the sky from the cave to the horizon, listening to the whizzing noise created by millions of pairs of tiny wings. Both nature lovers this really was an incredible thing to have witnessed. It's a daily occurrence and the bats all return at 7am after they have fed, I have no idea ...
... alms. We are eager to buy some food to give to the monks and to ask for their blessing.
At 6 AM we ride a bicycle towards the market to buy some food and give it to the monks on the street. Turning off from the main road we meet a lot of women all dressed up in white color. They are the regular Thai women who came here to spend a few days in the monastery. They explain to us that today is a big celebration day and ask us to join their morning praying ceremony ...
... 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, ...
Just a quick one... We've travelled back down to near Bangkok and spent a day and a night in Ayutthaya. Last night we went to a restaurant by the river with a lovely view of a temple lit up. The food was pretty average, mine was alright but other peoples boneless duck certainly wasn't boneless. Today we got up and rented bicycles, it was really nice to cycle around and see a bit more, we went to a couple of temple ruins. It was good but just too hot to look ...