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We caught a minibus from Bangkok to Ayutthaya, the old capital of Thailand, along with 15 other people squeezed in like sardines.
Fortunately, it was only a one hour trip at high speed! The driver dropped us at a scam tuk tuk place outside the city where they tried to charge us double the price for the fare to the hotel. We had read about this, so just walked away and then one of the men came running after us and we got a cheaper fare!
... cross on a bike, but once we had committed to going over it was fine, the road is quite wide and the cars and trucks gave us a wide berth.
First port of call was the floating market. The reality of the floating market didn't live up to it's name, in so much as it wasn't floating! There were two boats that were moored and selling stuff, everything else was in wooden buildings by the side of the river, nice enough but nothing special (compared to any of the ...
... we will see a different Ayutthaya tomorrow. With the hope to see the positive side of Auytthaya we decided to go to the temples and ruins. Even in the temples area you will see garbage, and the ruins are okay but you have to pay admission everywhere. Kalen brought his phone to make picture but the battery died so we decided to buy a Kodak camera with film in it. That cost us 20 Euros! Yes that will be your punishment if you buy the camera near the ruins -.- Anyway after a long ...
... that I wasn't going to have the breakfast at my own guesthouse as the morning before was not great so it would be good to try another place up the road. I got to the first place and was greeted by a man welcoming me in for breakfast, I thought why not. This decision would be one of the best I made during my time in Ayutthaya. I'm kicking myself now that I can no longer remember the man’s name but he was such a nice guy with lots of information who gave me the easiest way to ...
We took our time getting up today and wandered down to breakfast at the guesthouse. It wasn't the best, we had eggs barely cooked toast, disgusting sausages and tea that was orange! But we did have some nice orange juice at least! After sorting ourselves out we grabbed our bag and set off to look around the ruins. There were loads of temple ruins we could have gone to see but we decided to stick to one or two to ...