Woraburi Ayothaya Convention Resort
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... the hundreds of eggs she had in there as well - with two big rucksacks I'm surprised there was no breakages; and if we're being honest, I imagine we'll experience worse transport on our journey. Baan Eve was our accomodation, a family fun guesthouse with a variety of room styles to choose from, ARC opting for a double with A/C on our behalf. After settling we went in search of food and stumbles across a closed off street which had a night market on offer; we ...
... result was a pretty good one. Very pleased I haven't had a bad one yet :) After the temple visit it was time to hop on the bikes again. As we got to the bikes a group of secondary school children approached us and asked us if they could practise their English with us, so for about 10-15 minutes they asked us questions such as "what is your name?" "how old are you?", Where are you from? What is your favourite colour? And what is your favourite thai food? It was really nice to see ...
... and not believing our luck hopped straight aboard whilst noticing that it was the only one in the city with no plastic sides on. Undeterred we crouched in the middle of the cart avoiding a soaking as best we could and providing entertainment to the local school children. Drenched and for the first time a little chilly, we enjoyed some hot drinks followed by a long dinner and some more drinks before braving the rain again. After being ripped off with transport around ...
... by steep stairs to enjoy the view. Next we visited Pra Mongkhon Bophit where the largest solid bronze image of Buddha in Thailand is situated. There are many occasions where you can rub gold leaf on to the images of Buddha. Next to this is Wat Phra Si Sanphet which was the Royal Palace with three chedis. As we exited we saw an elephant taking some toursts for a ride. To finish our tour ...
... 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.