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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... the 6th June we had a really busy day. We walked to the war cemetery and the death railway museum- this was a really touching place and really made you put into prospective everything those poor soldiers went through- the bravery, strength and courage they must of had was admirable. Next we went to the bridge over the river Kwai- once again a real eye opener! I haven't watched the film but Si has told me about it so it helped me understand what happened a ...
... and as it was built with mainly manpower and a lack of the most basic of machinery it's easy to see how so many people died building it! We walked the length of the bridge and followed the tracks a little way into the trees.
... it that were so big they climbed through to greet us with big toothless smiles. They had so little compared to what I was used to in England, but they were happy. We continued to hike to the temple that had 2 large dragons guarding the entrance. We took our shoes off, covered my shoulders with a shawl and went in.
Our tour guide was very well informed, but had a unique ability to say the same thing in about 16 different ways. It was a ...
... safely in place, and other than losing 1 bag of rubbish to the wind, everything went back to normal. It also meant that the rain put out the forest fires, naturally and the evening was significantly cooler than the night before. Edd opted to sleep on the couch as he was too long for the bed anyway, didn’t need the bug net as none of them ever ate him and it squeaked, terribly. We settled in for the night and went to sleep with the sound of the rain falling on the ...
... the fact that Thailand is far from a first world country and working in an air-conditioned office was what 'the white people' came here to escape.
We went back to our guest house and had G&T's on the balcony again. I finished up the daily blog and Edd did an internet search on things to do in Chiang Mai. We then decided to hit the town and got ready for the nights festivities. We went to a little restaurant he'd wanted to have lunch at (but ...