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
TripAdvisor Reviews Ban Sabai Sabai Kanchanaburi
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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 …
... whereas some go over the lake. The views you got from the zip wires were spectacular and on one you could see all the way to the Mon village where we were the day before. Our guides took videos of us all on the zip wires so will be looking forward to watching them. Today was the start of our volunteering project in Sangkhlaburi. As mentioned in one of my previous posts, we are helping to teach English to children in a small village and also helping ...
... religion, monks are not allowed to buy or cook food so it has to be given to them and this ritual happens every morning! Tomorrow we are starting our trek which will last for 2 days - I won't have any wifi but I will take lots of pictures to post when I'm back. After the trek we will be beginning our volunteer project in Sangkhlaburi where we are helping in a school to teach English and also helping to build a school so that ...
... I could die buuut that was part of the adventure (:
On the first day I got to know the sanctuary area, the daily work routine and most important the dogs!!!. Of course all the dogs were totally nice and loving creatures even though many of them had a tough life. It felt so good giving them cuddles and strokes all the time, they want a loving family so bad and they love people. Well most of them, but everyone is ...
... We stayed at the village leader's house in tents on the sort of veranda. It was probably one of the best nights so far. It was so simple - the village leader's wife cooked delicious thai food for us all and we then had some drinks, played cards, made a camp fire and played guitar and all had a good sing song. It was so nice and such a good reward for all the walking! I also went upstairs and stargazed for quite a while, the sky ...