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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... comes another.
Pointing at map and talking fast..
A s a young lady comes walking by and they start talking fast to her.
She comes over with the map annnnnnd"......... English!!! Asks where we wish to go.
She talks to them for awhile smiles and tells. Us to follow her!
Off we go!
We weave thru the Rail Market (early morning is the time to walk thru that, very little smell)
... and then they all fell asleep..peace at last! I went into the bigger (teenagers) leopard cage to play with them with Kathleen. You can't really go in without a big toy otherwise they will jump on you and bite you because they are so playful. If you turn your back for a second like I did, you'll end up with a leopard on your back and it's teeth in you which by the way, really bloody hurt! They run around the cage, bouncing off the walls, it's crazy! Kathleen is so good with them, ...
... do it and I stated no we have responsibilities jobs a house…. She said quite your job sell your house! It all seemed so simple to that 22 ear old and I saw the old me in her… I missed the old me, and I was jealous of this new me sitting beside me getting drunk with randoms she found while deciding what she wanted to do next. Hmmmmm Sinisa, could we sell the house and go do something wild? His answer was a definite NO! Time to eat, pack and off to ...
... was done standing up, on small bamboo rafts, with us guiding it along with long bamboo shoots. The river wasn't deep at all, as we were in their dry season and it was very low. Some of the other rafts capsized - on purpose - but I had our guide think our camera wasn't waterproof, so he didn't topple ours. It was great fun and half an hour later, we were back where we started.
We climbed back into the sheep-transporters and were bounced to a ...
... turned around as Tom decided the other entrance would be a better option. He was the most indecisive tour guide I’d ever come across. Edd and I opted out of walking down the second entrance and hung out at the opening with the bat pooh.
We hiked back down and a few of the guys on tour wanted to climb in and explore the smaller cave at the bottom. The rest of us opted for cooling off in the river and Edd was the first one in. The water was ...