Krungsri River Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Krungsri River Hotel Ayutthaya
Travel Blogs from Ayutthaya
... generating a lot of interest in the monkeys, and they were intent on ripping out as much of it as they could grab. They're creeping hands are very pesky and they were initially removing the kirby grips in order to to unleash as much of my mane as possible. More and more monkeys descended and seemed to realise the quickest way to do this was to literally rip at my hair and swing on it, a rather painful experience I wouldn't recommend. After ...
So after squeezing all our stuff back into our backpacks i.e. sitting on them like your mother always told you not to, battling through a fairly severe hangover and some form of breakfast e.g. Toast with jam we headed to Bangkok Humaphlaong station to get the train to Ayutthaya approximately 70km north. One taxi driver couldn't understand why we didn't pay him 1000 or so baht to take us there instead of a 15baht train which took about an hour and ...
... It was incredibly slippy too so it made a great slide. It was pretty fun. Again I shouted to Liv to join me. But the piranha like fish had put her off. We eventually found a waterfall where the water was too fast and shallow for the fish, so Liv came in. To be honest i think she just needed the toilet and couldn't hold it anymore. The top waterfall was a 1500m walk up the pathway. It was by far the best. Deep rock pools, a few waterfalls and great views. The only slight negative ...
... a mass growing near the trachea. This ended my day as I had to meet my host dad for a ride to Bangkok to catch my flight. What an amazing change of events from Friday, Monday and Tuesday to yesterday/today. Couldn't be more happy. Next week I am back on OR, ER, laboratory, medical unit and surgical unit (recovery). We will see what those days have to hold but I must still be insistent on DOING things. For now, vacation in the suay (beautiful) Chiang Mai! Sawatdee ...
... decided to roam the wooden sidewalks of the market along the water’s edge. People were busily getting their stalls and boats ready for the market. We enjoyed our stroll, admiring the wooden houses on stilts that dipped into the calm water. Many of the buildings were very old and seemed to be slowly falling into the green river. Skinny, wooden boats floated lazily in the calm river, either empty or filled with food and cooking supplies. We enjoyed a ...