17 March 2013

  • General data:
    • We started off at the Elephant Kraal at 0930 Hr with as objective Prasat Nakhon Luang in Nakhon Luang District of Ayutthaya. We headed from the kraal through the Pho Sam Ton Fields following the right bank of the new Lopburi River until we crossed it near Wat Khao Din. From there we followed the right bank of the Ko Loeng Canal until road #329 leading to the Pa Sak River and Prasat Nakhon Luang, where we made a short stop. We continued over Ban Chung, Nong Pling and Bo Phong to cross the Pasak River in that area. From Bo Phong we came down to Ban Ko and Wat Tong Pu, to cross the Lopburi River again in Suan Phrik and end at the Elephant Kraal. Road conditions were mostly all right. The track consists mostly of inside roads without traffic and shows a rural landscape.
    • The weather was sunny and hot. Maximum temperature was around 34 C with SSE wind at 11 Km/Hr. Humidity was 56-72%.
    • Technical data of the trip was as follows: Total Distance: 41.44 Km; Moving Average: 19.6 Km/Hr; Overall Average: 16 Km/Hr; Maximum Speed: 27 Km/Hr; Moving time: 2 Hr 6 Min; Stopped Time: 29 Min; Total Time: 2 Hr 35 Min.
  • Number of participants: 3 (Sean, Pat & Chris) 

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