Travel Blogs from Ayutthaya
... line to get supplies & have a magnum which was very welcome as it's now cooking. Back to the pool-the French beat us to it then out @ 4pm to get tuk-tuk to river for two hour boat trip around Ayutthya Island stopping at three different temples. Shared the boat with a German mother & her daughter from Cologne. First stop at Wat Phanan Choeng - flood defence work that was being done on our last visit is now finished-looks heaps better & much easier to get on ...
... Lizard crawling along the grass. He was pretty big. I got a video of him as I walked toward him into the river. We had lunch at the riverview hotel. More wonderful fried chicken and really good red curry. The tour was going to two more temples, so we decided that we would rather go check in at the hotel Krungsri and relax by the pool. The pool was on the 3rd floor, really nice but colder ...
... our progress. Finally, NINE hours after we had got on the bus in Nakonsawan, we were told our stop had come...just to be dumped off on the side of the highway. At 12.30 am. Awesome. Luckily this is Thailand, so as usual, what was a problem, wasn't a problem for long. Between the help of the other Thai couple that had been dropped at our stop, their motorbike taxi driver (who they tried to give to us twice) and our friend at the guest house, we were able to wake up a taxi ...
... to get sick and die I wanted to be drinking lattes, eating hamburgers and listening to American pop music while doing so! Ha ha
Now the only problem with this course of action is that it usually involves being in the company of other, often somewhat inconsiderate, western guests.
Now it’s not about the American couple that decided to read their children two bedtime stories at 12:45 at ...
... made it sound like dogs were fighting in the lobby) and the bathrooms were kinda dirty. But for $17 pr night for an air conditioned room, it worked out really well for a place on the fly, and the staff was very nice. The next few days we spent cycling around the city, going to a really great Thai Cultural Show at the Floating Market (the actor's were really acrobatic!) and visiting the infamous monkey city of Lopburi. From what the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking