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... the owners couldn't have been more helpful. From sitting down with us to go through the area map (Alex was quite impressed with the liberal use of different colour highlighter pens) to ferrying us to the bus station everyday. The hospitality was great and we felt right at home. We also made good use of the free bicycles to scoot about the town. Kanchanburi is well known as home of the bridge over the river Kwai. The bridge forms ...
· The Railway etc.
Lunch on the river was next where we had sweet n sour pork, a chicken dish, and a vegetable soup with rice on the side. Finished off with pineapple and watermelon and coffee. Yumola. The view across the river is an excellent vantage point for a great first Siam lunch.
On the bus on the way to Kanchanaburi I took a rest on the microphone and ...
... as it is today. I don't know if it was the number of graves or the plaques commemorating the memories of the individuals buried there, but Emma was in tears. Hard not to be overwhelmed. We took our time, reading the names, and nationalities of men ten years younger than I am. It's hard to imagine. Emma found a William N J Gilliver, died 27th May 1943, aged 23. With my surname and Billiongraves.com placing him in the Lancashire area it would be ...
... an INSIDE taxi service certified by the government. The service counter assigned us a taxi (Mr. Supoj) and told us what the fee was going to be and how long the ride to the hotel would take.
Sure enough, we hid it off right away and talked about our stay and visit in Thailand and that I had been in his country before. In broken English we mentioned that we were planning to fly up ...
... to get another nights accommodation at a reduced ;) rate). We headed for the national park (Muang Kao Sukhothai) and since Sukhothai is the former capital of Thailand, it's not surprising that the ancient ruins have been preserved into what now is a world heritage site. The area dating back to the 13th century is divided into zones and is huge with it's display of moats, temples and other ruins. We paid 100 baht to explore the most important ruins and did ...