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... to rest in this area. We are so pleased we came here to pay our respects and learn a little more about the war efforts and amazing stories of survival by these incredible people. It did, however, take us a full day to visit all of the sites, mainly because we got so hideously lost for 2 hours and drove round in circles trying to find a road that we were already on.... The next day was our big adventure: an 80km drive from Kanchanaburi to ...
... pens and the girls left, hurrah! It was time to let them back in their enclosures for the night. They know the food is there waiting so they stand by the fence and Salapong opens the gate and they all come galloping in straight into their correct pens, so clever. We were free to go after this so we went back to our accommodation and ate dinner then chilled out as we were leaving in the morning.
Total Budget - 100!
Drinks and Ice Cream - 100
Moped - 150
Petrol - 50
... driver to take me there and got what I wanted. Getting back to the hotel was more of a problem as the first two taxi drivers wanted too much money or didn't know where it was - also a tuktuk driver - but eventually I found one who knew where the hotel was and agreed a fair price.
Altogether a really good and busy day.
... then a full day of activities for the day after that. Edd wanted to order a beer at the bar next door as it was run by the same company and we were told that no alcohol could be sold that day, as it was the day of the Buddha – a public holiday and holy day. It was going to be a dry night. We decided to have some dinner there and ordered our daily dose of spring rolls. Edd ordered a Thai green curry for mains and I ordered fried ...
Yesterday we caught the public bus from Bangkok to Kanchananuri. Was a first class bus with air con! I think the difference between first and second class is the price you pay if your a tourist or not lol. Was pretty retro but nowhere near as much as our bus to erawan national park today (see pic). We whimped out of staying at the bungalows at Erawan national park, as it ...