And no fighting
15.04.2011 34 °C
We slept wonderful, thanks to air-conditioning with a remote control, so we were up nice and early and visited the National Museum of Ayutthaya. I don’t remember the full name of the museum, but trust me, it was named after a king and full of Buddha’s. It was a short visit, which left us time to see the fighting show of ancient Ayutthaya fighting style. Unfortunately, these shows are only held in the high season. Teaches us for coming when everything’s cheap .
That left us with little else to do than go back to the hostel, pack our stuff and say goodbye to our very friendly and largely toothless hostess. We said goodbye to Tony’s as well with an early lunch and got onto the bus to Kanchanaburi.
Upon arrival there, we tried a few hostel, but quickly ended up back at the first try. Dinner at The Hut was nice, but nothing special. The nightmarket was great fun though. Very atmospheric and busy, it was lots of fun to just walk around. Although – admittedly – the amount of great and strange sweets and other foods that were available for very friendly prices, probably had something to do with that as well.