Noble Night Guesthouse
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Wonderful rooms for a great price. Very nice staff and the rooms were very very clean!!!!!
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For English please see below Aangekomen op het busstation van Kanchanaburi was het niet lastig om met even sawngthaew naar de bekende brug te gaan bij de rivier van Mae Nam Kwae Yai (river kwai bridge) in de straaten aan de rivier grensend vind je natuurlijk genoeg guesthouses. Het was ook geen moeite voor ons om een goede guesthouse te …
Yesterday we had decided today we should go to Erawan National Park to see the waterfall. It has 7 levels and it is a 1.5km walk to see the whole thing.
We knew the bus left the bus station at 8am and we were told if we just stand on the main road along the route we could hail it down....after a few failed attempts of hailing the wrong …
Soooo waking up after a couple of hours sleep due to dreams that bugs were escaping from the mattress and getting us, we went to breakfast fresh! There seem to be so many stray dogs in thailand, they are everywhere and there was a particularly cute puppy at this lodge who i named Gandalf because of his whispy ears :)
Anyway, breakfast was …
After checking out of isanook hostel we hailed a taxi to the train station Bangkok Noi which is north of the river so few taxi's wanted to take us. When we arrived we bought our train tickets 100 baht each, the train is free for local thai's but they charge all foreigners. We had 3rd class wooden seats but they were pretty comfy and it was exciting …
... lunch which was Thai food and delish. I get free Cokes at this restaurant coz I’m the Farang (Foreign) Tour Guide. I get a business card in my hands as soon as I depart too – LOL.
This area during the war was not known as Namtok – but known as Tarso – it was a major POW camp area during the war that was a quagmire during the monsoon of June/July etc.
From here we visited Sai Yok Noi waterfall and had a look at a ...