Hintok River Camp
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I slept like a dream and woke at about 6am. Stickman needed to sort his internal plumbing so I headed to breakfast and tried to load as much carbs as possible. Cereal, eggs, fruit, toast, jam and cheese. I'd hoped that would be enough. Some terrible coffee and then back to the room to finish packing but not before a …
The challenge myself and stickman had set ourselves was to ride from the Bridge over the River Kwai north and, following the river as much as we could until we reached the Myanmar border.
We set off from Bangkok at 7am with Pop and arrived at the bridge by about 9.30am. By the time we had faffed and got ourselves ready to go it was 10.30am. The …
... A coal driven machine that was used on the serious accents. The wood fired locos were used on the flats due to the lack of horsepower to pull heavy weight. They had areas where locos could move to secondary tracks to change locos and stage rolling freight.
From here we visited Sai Yok Noi waterfall and had a look at a period locomotive. A coal driven machine that was used on the serious accents. The wood fired locos were used on the flats ...
Today after a thankfully very good sleep and some nice breakfast we headed on a one and a half hour bus trip to visit Eran Waterfall. The waterfall consists of seven levels and you can hike to each one and swim and slide down the rocks. It was awesome fun, but the Russian Tourists were everywhere, however this provided much ...
... Buri didn't disappoint. It is a very quaint little town with a great view of the river and the mountains. Across the river is a Mon Village were Burmese refugees have formed a community after fleeing the regime. It was hard for me to distinguish them from Thai based strictly on looks. But I noticed a lot of women put some ivoryish paste on their face - some smeared it all over their face, some put if just on their cheeks. Some men/boys were wearing ...