Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
... us! Anticipation grew by the minute, I couldn’t wait!
As promised, the representative from the private tour company showed up at the hotel’s lounge exactly at 4:30am. Having booked this tour two months ago on the internet, I didn’t know what to expect but since this company had excellent reviews, I just knew ...
... the 7th tier were exhausting and we had to climb on rocks and jump over trees. The top waterfall , the one said to resemble Erawan, was breathtaking and made the difficult 2km hike worth it! On our way back we stopped in the naturally formed pools for a swim. The water was so clean and refreshing, clean enough to drink! Big fish cheekily tried multiple times to bite our feet but they were harmless. The water, the rocks , the surrounding trees made this place look ...
... magical! Finally we went on the ww2 "death railway" which was another incredible experience but also a little scary! We finished the day at some markets by the bridge of river Kwai and were exhausted but we still went and met the guys in sugar bar for a few drinks. The final night was spent chilling and Fifi got her tattoo done just in time before we had to make a 2am bus journey to head back to ...
It's not all Bangkok though.
I still have to fill you in on the last few days in Kathmandu. KTM is the dustiest city I've ever encountered. I've no idea where the dust comes from, some supernatural force I guess. Pollution helps this along too. All I know is that you can stare directly at the sun in the middle of the day and not lose your eyesight around there. It's like the entire city didn't heed warnings about masturbation back when it was in the Boy ...
... be with you for years. Do plan to visit f you can!
The detour to Sukhothai in central Thailand that you will make to get to BLES, will also enable a visit to the exquisite Sukhothai Heritage Park and museum complex. The larges Buddha in all of Thailand is in the park, Wat Si Chum, and all of the 8th - 12th Century Sukhothai era temples are better preserved than the temples in Cambodia at Angkor Wat. The lovely Sukhothai Buddhas pare complate; i.e., they ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking