Baan Suan Fon Hotel
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... the dead so the POWs would bury
records of what was going on, so that when the war was over everyone know the truth of how
they had been mistreated.
Asian 200000 80000 dead +/-
British 30000 6540 dead
Dutch 18000 2830
Austrailian 13000 2710 dead
Malay 75000 prisoners 42000 dead
Burmese 90000 40000 dead
... At first I thought it would be smooth journey until the bus started filling up and as they had nowhere for luggage we ended up with it on our laps, luckily this wasn't for long as the bus made a few stops and people got off. When arriving in Kanchanburi it was a million worlds apart from Bangkok. The people seemed more welcoming and it didn't feel like they were trying to scam you every five minutes. The hostel we stayed in seemed lovely and quaint- ...
... pass, which is an amazing place where many PoWs lost their lives cutting a huge route through solid rock. We pushed on and managed an extra 10km over and above target but the heat finally defeated us.
Pop drove us back to Hintok river camp where we staying. Hintok is a great place. A glamping camp with air conditioned tents set high up over looking the river kwai. We checked in and quickly grabbed ...
... device and headed for an elephant camp. It was a very bouncy ride and took longer than anyone had hoped, but we arrived and happily got off. We had to walk across a precarious bamboo type bridge which was fun and were greeted by a herd of majestic beasts.
We paid 20 Baht for some bamboo shoots and I fed an elephant, while his 'driver' laid across his neck, chain-smoking cigarettes. These elephants were freer than the last lot, you got the ...
... We left on the long tail boats at 1pm and stopped on one of the nearby islands. We did a shortish hike through the forest to a small Burmese village. Tom explained that the Burmese people fled to Thailand as their country was under military dictatorship; they came to Thailand even though they had no rights, could not get jobs, own land, buy houses or get citizenship. Moving to an area that was a Thai national park, they were allowed to live for free in ...