Over the weekend, I was in Samut Songkhram province, which is about 90 minutes from Bangkok. I had a great time staying at Amphawa Floating Market. I normally stay at Ban Mae Arom Homestay as they treat me like family. It is always good going back there. On this last day I visited a couple of more riverside markets and also a Catholic cathedral. Click for my embedded tweets from Day 1 and Day 2 of this trip. I have also done a Photo Map showing all of the places that I visited in case you want to go yourself.
My plan this morning is to follow the Mae Klong north & visit a couple of riverside markets & a Catholic cathedral pic.twitter.com/yxFdE7277l— Richard Barrow in Thailand 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 (@RichardBarrow) July 19, 2015
Aerial photos of Nativity of Our Lady Cathedral in Samut Songkhram ภาพมุมสูง อาสนวิหารแม่พระบังเกิด สมุทรสงคราม pic.twitter.com/hrIBAoWhhX— Richard Barrow in Thailand 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 (@RichardBarrow) July 19, 2015
There are over 15,000 Catholics in the Western provinces of Ratchaburi, Phetchaburi, Kanchanaburi & Samut Songkhram pic.twitter.com/aFjMWdlYse— Richard Barrow in Thailand 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 (@RichardBarrow) July 19, 2015
Time to drive back home. I hope you enjoyed all of the photos from Amphawa & hopefully it has encouraged you to visit pic.twitter.com/ZEyM6CmP2r— Richard Barrow in Thailand 🇹🇭 🇬🇧 (@RichardBarrow) July 19, 2015