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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
... He knew Ek and he ran his own bar down the road. He was slightly drunk and had an oversized Australian flag tie around his neck. I couldn't help but giggle and ask if I could try it on! We soon got talking and he said he was somewhat famous back in a small town near Melbourne, Australia and if we flash his business card it might help us while we're there. Even if it is just to start a conversation with people in Australia. He amused us for a while with his ...
... with Rod Beattie and fire some questions his way for his expert opinion. Rod has been the manager of the Kanburi War Cemetery for some 20 years or more and the Director and originator of the Railway Centre. He is instrumental in provided the detailed information to the 2710 Aussie who perished on the Death Railway.
We read my poem dedicated to the ‘Known Unto Gods’ in the Aussie section near ...
... we heard the music of an ice cream cart and Jason stepped off the train to get us each some cold ice cream. This helped with the heat and it tasted great!
Once we got off the train, we started walking towards the town, following other backpackers in hopes of finding accommodation. We did take the scenic route, but eventually made it to an area populated with guest houses. We easily found one with a reasonable price of around $13/night with a/c and hot water. ...
... unfit for active duty. Many POWs made radios to understand how the war was progressing, the penalty for building a radio was death. Marmite was actually used as a medicine in the POW hospital where courageous POW doctors helped the sick at great risk to themselves. I was choked at the cemetery, to think that all these men died for no reason as the track itself has since been dismantled, the only surviving part is from Thonburi to Nam ...
Heavy, it was! Saiga had a heavy head but regardless, I stroked his fur on his body and smiled for the camera while numerous pictures were taken. I was beaming with joy for this once in a lifetime opportunity and experience. And then as fast as it came, my five minutes of fame came to an end! It was now Michel’s turn!
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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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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