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... It is actually quite difficult to comprehend the harsh conditions that the PoWs worked in now the land is cultivated with rice paddy fields, banana plantations, dual carriageway roads and supermarkets. Most of the land was hot, humid, tropical jungle and building the railway, entirely by hand, was an arduous task especially given the poor treatment and lack of food given. In Kanchanaburi you can learn more at a number of museums, we only had time to visit the Death ...
... train journey with nothing but the dirty clothes he had on, cigarettes, a radio - as in walkie talkie, a iPad with his gadget app, and two mysterious packages. He then left these packages on the train when he got off and there had definitely been some dodgy dealing going on between him and the 'drinks seller'. Despite this and the fact that it was the most ridiculously bumpy journey in the world, we managed to get some ...
... Weapons (Tomfas and Swords),
d. Thai Wedding,
e. Thai dancing (after the wedding) etc.
Was a good show and very colourful. The 'Saints Go Marching In' sounds good Thai style. Mentioned to Neil I will bring the Collingwood score sheet next time for them to practice. LOL.
Back on the bus and we are headed for Bangkok. We did good time to get to the hotel, but I suppose it was Sunday and the traffic lighter. Everyone squeezed into a ...
... not embarrassed to admit that I shed a few tears for the fallen. From the Pass, it was back on the train to ride along the Death Railway itself, finally stopping at the Bridge itself for a couple of tourist snaps. The area along the route is stunning. Some of the survivors described being pained by the beauty around them. It's incredibly peaceful now and it's hard to imagine an area so beautiful being witness to such suffering. Hopefully, some ...
... and the fact that he has a war memorial in kanchanaburi war cemetery we didn't really know great deal about him. That is, until we visited the death railway museum opposite the cemetery.
Here, Shelly spotted a sign inviting us to find out more about specific POW's - a free service or family members. After an initial search by reception staff it brought up nothing more than the plot of his grave and date of death which is what I had found on google previously. ...