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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
Sorry mum, I got a bike. And her name is Betty. She is mustard coloured, rather retro looking (I personally think she looks like a scooter-version of a Beetle car) and drives like an absolute dream.
As you all already know, Holly and I are living a half hour drive from our nearest town, and were spending a small fortune on taxi fare back and forth of an evening. So on our latest weekend jaunt to Kanchanaburi town, we organised a month ...
... re-joining the mini-van. We drove to the Erawan National Park and had plenty of time to explore the 7-levels of beautiful waterfalls. Each level of waterfall was beautiful and I hiked 1hour to the top level, revealing a waterfall surrounded by limestone cliffs and a chalky blue fresh water pool. After the climb it was nice to cool off with a dip in the pool. When putting my ...
... by rich with some Jon of fish meatballs along with a chicken curry which was good. They also gave u some hairy fruit for which I did not partake. Others said they tasted like leechies. The train took for ever to really get moving. We would go 200yards thrum stop then another 300 then stop. Finally we gained speed. The train is not smooth by any accord. It's like riding the wooden roller coaster at Santa Cruz. Side to side you are tossed, ...
... of asian labour workers it was very sad but also very interesting. We got to walk down a section of the railway called hellfire pass. Nicknamed by the workers as it was a living hell and they had them working at night under oil lamp lughting which caused a redish glow which it made it look like they were working in hell.. Hence the name hellfire pass. It was a section of track that was very difficult. A channel hand cut through the mountain by hand. We then caught ...
... find an alternative option you suck it up, turn out the lights and hope nothing crawls on you in the dark.
After a bumpy and cold journey (the a/c was not adjustable and I obviously wasn’t dressed warm) I arrived in Bangkok around 6am and as usual tried to walk when I should have paid out for an overpriced cab. My "walking map of Bangkok" misdirected me with its inaccuracies and a mile or so walk turned into a 90 minute ordeal with my bag which took ...
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