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Travel Blogs from Ayutthaya
... the window shouting at people and laughing to himself.
We arrived in Ayutthaya and took a tuk-tuk to our hotel. We just had time for lunch and to look round a bit before a huge thunderstorm had us hiding inside.
The next day we decided to walk to the floating market which was a couple of miles away. This was a really nice little market on stilts above a river. We went to one of those ...
... the town. It used to be the Thai capital until 1765 when they decided Bangkok would be a better option. We hired some bikes at the hotel and did a route around a museum and few different temples, with a stop for lunch and drinks. The temples are pretty dilapidated in parts, but you still get an idea of the grandeur of the old town. In its heyday more than 1m people lived here, and it was one of the most ...
... the pool before we got a tuk-tuk down to the river that surrounds the "island". Here, we boarded a longboat that took us round the river to see the temples and ruins. Ayutthaya was formerly the capital before the Burmese ransacked it in the 14-15th Centuries. The river passed through villages and houses along the bank (on stilts) and at several temples. Our first stop was at Wat Panan Choeng, which was an old temple that housed Thailands largest ...
... park so after much confusion I found it. The shop was shut so I was told by a Thai man to run into the road when a bus appeared waving Stray papers...
Here I met Nicole from Scunthorpe who had just been around Australia and New Zealand. We waited for 15 minutes and nothing showed so I went to the shop which had now opened and we were told that bus would not arrive until 9:00 / 9:20 / 9:30 (?!) so we went for breakfast across the road.
Back at ...
... found a friendly cat to keep him occupied. Millie has been brilliant at not stroking the animals as I, briefly and lightly, explained about rabies, and she just waves at the animals now. The owners of our 'diner' took pictures of both our kids and we went on our way. Home for our last evening here, boooo! We are sad to be leaving Ayutthaya tomorrow. Sad to be leaving Thailand tomorrow. Cambodia will be a real adventure for all of us as we really have no idea what to expect. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking