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It's full title is Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya, but everyone calls it "Ah ute tia" and this also used to be a capital of Thailand. I had programmed into the iPad, Ayutthaya Police Station, and it lead us on some fantastic highways straight to the “Tourist Police Station”. I must say using the internet the lead you around the world, is so much easier than trying to find places with just paper maps as we had to do in 1975-6 through Europe. I still ...
... of a map showing where my hotel was located. It seemed straight forward enough.
One hour later after a grueling walk in intense heat, I arrived at the Eco Resort where I would be staying. I had booked into a 2 person bunk bed room and my room mate was checking in at the same time I was. His name was Joost from the Netherlands and we got on instantly. He was just beginning his adventure as I was at journey's end. It was like stepping into the Lion King's "Circle of Life" ...
... and were on our our way.
We booked a tiny guest house called " the Funky Monkey", it has only 3 rooms.
We were welcomed by the owners, a very zen English ex pat and his Thai wife. It was pretty late at this point so we decided to have a couple of beers on the front patio of the guesthouse.
We met the girls that were staying in one of the other rooms. Three Croatian friends ...
... relaxed. We taught them the limbo, which every really seemed to get a kick out of, and the wobble. The wobble is sure making its debut in Thailand! The other schools performed some Thai traditional dances and some traditional dances that they have made into a mode of exercise for the elderly. One of them reminded me of yoga. I am sure that this type of exercise is very beneficial and effective with their elderly. After the afternoon ...
... br> When we retuned they told us to rest until 6, when we would meet for dinner. Unbeknownst to us, the Thai buddies were cooking for us once again- noodle soup (aka Ramen) with chicken doughy balls. They insisted that we sit down and they served us while they were cooking their own. When they finished cooking, they all sat on the ground to eat. Here, I have noticed that when professors come to our private lunches and dinners, all the professors (including our American one) ...