ComSaed River Kwai Resort
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... in the super cold aircon and multiple channel TV. Gave home a call and checked in. Dinner back in the Felix restaurant at 1830 hours – our last night up in the River Kwai.
The internet here is a bit ordinary so will later try and find a bar where I can upload the blog and FB; will see if good old Mr Sami will give me a lift.
Your River Kwai Cook and conversationalist;
... Kwai Noi. (Kwai meaning Buffalo as that animal is found in these parts).
Into a Long tail boat and we ventured up river under the River Kwai Bridge where we got out at Chungkai War Cemetery. We passed a great example of a Spirit House and had a discussion re what they represent and how the Thai’s believe the houses to work.
Next we walked up to the cemetery and observed both the Cross of Sacrifice and Stone of Remembrance – inscribed ...
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We then cycled back to town and to the Jeath museum which was only small but kept a number of photos and artwork of what life was like in the camps.
After a couple of heavy days we went out for dinner at a tasty local restaurant we'd been to before. The place is always so busy you have to queue for a table- which ...
... person would be wiped off the planet so they had to surrender for the Japanese people to live on. This was quoted in the Emperors of Japan's public speech to his military to surrender just before he committed suicide. Many of the Japanese military still did not surrender right away. - I think the atom bomb being dropped twice was overkill and in my opinion the second bomb on Nagasaki was not needed and Japan would have eventually surrendered anyway in due time. That ...
... bus with a wooden floor you could see the road through. We sat right at the back next to the open door which stayed open for the 1.5 hour journey, slightly dangerous... but at least it made it much cooler! We hadn't even heard of Erawan waterfall until the man on the train the day before had told us about it, over and over, in Thai. We thought he was saying 'Eleven waterfalls'... so it sounded good to us. When we got there, it turned out to be 7 levels of waterfalls, each ...