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... were no more tourists than just the 6 of us from our guesthouse. We also spotted tarantulas inside the bat caves and were treated to a stop at yet writhe beautiful temple on the edge of the jungle. The next day was our full day jungle trek and this did not disappoint, to be honest we both admitted that we saw more wildlife in that day than we had both seen when we went on our separate trips to the Amazon! We saw a stunning fluorescent green viper, some other smaller ...
... and rows of sitting buddhas in saffron robes. Our next stop was to see the huge gold Buddha at Wat Phanan Choeng. We moved on to Wat Maha That where the well know Buddha head is in the Bodhi tree roots. This area is quite extensive with leaning prangs and was ravaged by the Burmese so there are rows of headless buddhas. Wat Rajaburana was next...built in the reign of King Boromrachathirat II ...
... Together we fought off hunger by finding the night market and having some Pad Thai, which was the worst food I have had so far in Thailand. Still the company was good and most appreciated after running the dog gauntlet. We said our goodbyes (they were heading back to Bangkok in the morning) and both got tuk tuks to our lodgings so as not to have to contend with the dogs again. I went to bed looking forward to the next days exploration of the many Wats of Ayutthaya.
... Adhere 13th is certainly one of Bangkok’s true blues music venues. It has been a great find for us. As intimate as it gets, this shop-house blues bar is so narrow you almost have to walk over the band to get to the back of the bar which is lined with high stools. The front has tiny tables and low seating, and the walls are decorated with moody album covers and dusty road signs. It feels like a local pub but with a little more cool factor and a gritty, working class ...
... Hopefully the money is spent to maintain the ruins and not funneled elsewhere.
Admittedly, by this point in the trip I was suffering from temple / ruin fatigue and wasn't as excited to take all sorts of photos and document every step of the day. I was simply taking it all in. Definitely worth the time and money spent to see though.