Buritara Resort And Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBuritara Resort And Spa Kanchanaburi
nice sized glass houses, but the resort was very new and not finished, nothing was available when we asked for it, its a motel on a main road its not a resort. Too far away from anything.
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... up. You sit on their neck just behind their ears as they can take up to 500kgs of weight and it's the strongest part of them. The weakest part of them is the top of their back which can only handle 100kgs (this is where all trekking companies place the metal chair for elephant rides and the chair alone weighs 50kgs and they then add 2 or 3 people on top). Once I was sitting properly on the elephant, she swayed and ducked trying to knock me off but I managed to hold on:) She then ...
... waited. Waiting in the rain in Thailand means drinking beer (Chang is my favorite and Nicole likes Leo) and listening to whatever awful/awesome 90s or country music is playing. There's a large Australian population here due to WWII so many bars are owned and supported by the Ozzies. Finally, around 1:30, a young looking boy opens up the massage place. We enter and ask for 2 Thai massages at the same time. He didn't speak any English so he asked the ...
... and visa photos. Not so easy. Nowhere sold US dollars. Managed to find a place to do photos at least. Got back to the resort at 1:45. Had some lunch, and our minivan finally fetched us at 3. Got back to Bangkok at 6:00 and went to find somewhere to stay. We stumbled across the Victory, which looked way out of our price range, but were pleasantly surprised at 1000 baht a night with a rooftop pool. Could have found cheaper, but we were hot and tired. ...
... name, (Lake House Adventure) was in fact the dangerous driving to get there. We were then long tail boated over to the house in the middle of the lake and all sat in the communal area for a briefing. We were then allocated our rooms and Edd and I headed to the end of the passage; our room was number 8, on the right, and we were greeted to a large corner room with a sliding door, 2 windows, a double bed, cupboard, couch and 2 small chairs. There was also ...
... sun setting behind, it was fantastic. We were also to be on the train as we crossed the bridge on the river Kwai. There were tourists still on the bridge as we crossed so I did what any numpty would do at this point. Lean out of the window as far as possible and get as many "high fives" as possible (I got four).
This should have been the end of this entry. The plan was to get on a train back to Bangkok for one night, pick up the shirts I had made and get on ...