May 012016
 
We started our South-East Asian adventure in the busy streets of Bankok. Shortly after we got our Burmese visa, we headed to the ruins of Ayutthaya, the old capital of the Kingdom of Siam. On our way further North, we camped by the biggest Buddha of Thailand, slept on the Chao Phraya river in a monastery, strolled in the streets of Lopburi surrounded by nasty monkeys (and got biten!), explored the archaeological remains of Kamphaeng Phet, ate delicious food in countless street restaurants, stopped in some remote villages when crossing the mountains in the west… After the peaceful and laid back atmosphere of Oman, Thailand amazed us in ways we didn’t expect! It was probably the best introduction to South-East Asia we could have.

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Sunset on the Chao Phraya river, central Thailand

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