Ban Sabai Sabai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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Arriving in Kanchanaburi I knew I'd like this place. It had a better atmosphere than Bangkok and the locals were very friendly. We were greeted at our guesthouse by two lovely people very eager to make us feel welcome with tea,limestone re water. Yves showed us around his place and garden which was just lovely, it was in a quiet location so it was …
Yesterday we arrived in Sangkhlaburi (which I have been spelling wrong in my previous posts) which is located in Western Thailand around 30 minutes to the border of Burma. The journey from Bangkok was about 7 hours by coach. It is so much hotter and more sunny than Bangkok. It is a small town and is so pretty with amazing views, the town is located on a mountain with views all over the lake below. The guides told us that Real Gap ...
... our basic room and sat outside just in time for sunset. We had food, drinks and played cards. The only iffy thing about the place was that shoes had to be taken off before going up to the rooms. This was minging using the shared toilet - squatter style. The hole in the floor, was just a hole, with two raised panels either side for feet. There isn't a flush, just a bowl to fill with water from a tap to throw at your business to send it away. The toilet room was ...
... ever! We had to keep crossing rivers and then had to wade upstream to a river for a while. Luckily I had my water shoes so I changed into them - so glad I brought them! Most of the others struggled either trying to keep their shoes dry or hurting their bare feet on the rocks. We reached the waterfall after a couple of hours. It wasn't as big as it sometimes is as it's currently the dry season. Some people swam in it and I climbed to ...
... smelling her hands and showing her friends! The children are a mixture of thai, Burmese, mon and another tribe which I can't remember. The mon people traditionally wear white powder on their faces which is why you'll see that in some of the pictures. Everyday they arrive from 8am then have free play for a couple of hours. Then, at around 10 they all sit down for a little 'lesson'. They all sing the national anthem, pray together and meditate (Buddhism is the ...