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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... with rooms built on top. That makes it sound a bit primitive, but they were so lovely. Cool, and with the gentle sounds of the river beneath us as we slept. You could jump in the river to cool off, but be warned - it flows very fast here and it will sweep you away: you certainly cant swim against the current and make any headway! You just have to angle yourself in the river and aim to latch on to another raft further downstream. After our long journey, our host, ...
... I like to hear the old fellas speak and this is the opportunity. We all laid the wreaths and were assisted by Quiet Lion kids from W.A.
The Kiwis present did the Haka outside the Cholera Hut with the inscribed names of the 300. Was very moving and powerful.
The Aussie Govt puts on a free BBQ sausage sizzle and free beer. I had several. I got one of the exPOWs a beer too.
We were lucky to get ...
... group. Each could meter out punishment to those below as they saw fit, including death. We walked the trail as far as The Three Tier Bridge, stopping at Compressor Cutting and Kwae Noi Lookout. From the lookout you can see across the valley to Burma just 25km away. The site of the Australian Konyu River Camp can be seen and the horsehoe route the track snakes around the mountains. It used to be possible for POW'S to stand and gauge the progress of thousands ...
... not very authentic at all and in bad taste considering. After leaving, we drove back to Bangkok (2 and a half hours away) where we sorted out some accommodation for the next few days (thanks to Leeds United himself) and then headed out to a colourful Diner at the end of our road for some superb dumplings and curries. We had a few drinks in the local area and shared a coconut ice cream before we headed back to the hotel to pack so that we could be ready to leave in the ...
... have caught it the thai way we climbed on board to be greeted by a full bus of western travellers who had all caught it from the station...
It took about 1.5 hours from Kanchanaburi main high street to get to the waterfall. The bus literally dropped us off in a car park about 500m walk to the base of the falls. We started off the walk and decided we were going to walk all the way ...