Hintok River Camp
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Today we spent the entire time around the River Kwai, including our happy hour. Hellfire Pass would be our first stop and it was sad to understand the torture and living conditions that the POW's endured as they were put to work, building a railway so the Japanese would have passage to Burma during WW II. Our excursion down the river was …
Seven folks left on early morning flights while the remaining nine started our post-trip in Thailand. Our eventual end to this day will be in a tented camp on the River Kwai but we will first had discoveries along the way.
Siamese twins: Chang and Eng Bunker were born in 1811 in the province of Samut Songkram, an area we drove through this …
... played from the top of one of the stairways. It is opposite the area where the guards played cruel games with the sick men on the trolley, pushing them off the cliff face to their deaths when the trolley and ballast lay on top of them and their broken bodies twisted. Rod told me that story a decade ago, and how he would like to put a plaque there to detail that story, however he advised the ever present face of ...
... Waterfalls were about 3 hours from Bangkok and the whole day including bus there and a meal cost us 400baht which is like 8quid so so cheap! Not many made it to the top only me and Danny powered our way up was pretty steep! Some stunning views and waterfalls though. Some of the boys did an all nighter so there's some sleepy bears about. Big chill tonight as off to the islands tomorrow! 3 nights in Bangkok is more than enough can't wait to ...
... photo! After this was an area with a small cub - it was a similar scenario of picture after picture. All in all, a good experience to get up close to tigers but potentially controversial!
Dinner tonight was the standard Pad Thai with a Chang Beer as it was raining so we thought we'd eat in a bar rather than just stood on the street. All this for under £3.50 for the two of us. Yum.