Ayutthaya is the ancient capital of Thailand from the time it was called Siam. In Ayutthaya and Lopburi cultural tour, history to program and visit of beautiful temples …
Return to Bangkok with O and Gillou. I sleep with them in their new apartment. This is the luxury. In the residence there is swimming pool, sauna, squash courts and gym. O is going back to work. With Gillou we spend a day enjoying the residence. We push the vice to buy a camembert at Tesco!
The next day we leave to visit Ayutthaya and Lupburi. Ayutthaya is the ancient capital of Thailand, an hour’s train ride from Bangkok. Dozens of temples are scattered throughout the city. We spend the day cycling around. In the evening, not easy to find accommodation, all guest houses are full. We end up getting a room with a large mattress on the floor.
The next day, direction Lopburi, a little further north. We meet an Italian on the train (I forget her name, that’s dragging on writing articles!). We spend the day three to visit temples invaded by monkeys. They are not wild, to say the least. They do not hesitate to jump on our bags to see if there is not something to put in their teeth inside. Our partner is even bitten.
We spend two more days in Bangkok to walk around. A last night with O and Gillou at the saxophone bar to listen to a good little concert and then it’s goodbye. Gillou is still two weeks in Thailand with O. I fly to Singapore.