Somjai Place Ayutthaya
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Wednesday: So after us both stressing about getting a taxi or a tuk tuk at a reasonable price (we've certainly got into the swing of how cheap things are, starting to think paying more then £2 for a 20minute drive in rush hour is a rip off) we walk out of our street onto the main road, grab a taxi and ask for meter to the train station.... …
Moving on from Bangkok, we elected to use the world renowned Thai railway network for a trip out to Ayutthaya or Ayuthaya (the Thai people are particularly helpful regards the spelling of this place - inserting any number of “t”s without explanation!) the ancient capital of Thailand or Siam. This trip proved to be perfectly timed as we …
We left the ancient city of Ayuthaya this morning and went to Bangkok by train. It only took 2.5hrs. The train was real busy. We passed town and countryside before hitting the city.
During the entire trip I have not once felt uneasy in anyones presence, until this train journey. An overweight Thai guy sat in front of us, he kept …
We left Kanchanaburi this morning and got a motorbike taxi to the bus station where we caught a local bus to Suphanburi, 2 hours North West. We sat on the back seat and I had a lovely lady sitting next to me, she chatted to me for an hour in broken English just about general things. She had been shopping in Kanchanaburi and was now on her way home …
We caught a tuk tuk to Wat Yau Chai Mongkhon, which is the most amazing place!
A 7m long reclining Buddha is the main attraction here, but there is also a towering Wat surrounded by statues of the Buddha which is pretty spectacular aswell.
We spent a few hours here strolling amongst the grounds, sitting with the stone Buddha's, …
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