Kasem Island Resort
Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
Réveil à 7h. Pas de déjeuner à la guesthouse, nous allons donc nous approvisionner au 7 eleven. Notre chauffeur particulier (600 bahts/15 EUR pour les 3h) arrive avec son tuk-tuk rose à 8h et nous voilà partis pour 3h de visite de temples, de sites historiques et de ruines.
... Lovely people. So what can you do in Kanchanaburi? I chose to do a day tour:
- Erawan Waterfalls
- Hellfire Pass
- Krasae Cave
- Death Railway plus train ride
- Bridge on the River Kwai
... our options the next morning,mew decided that the easiest and most fun way to get around would be to rent a moped for the day... This is easily done for 200Baht in most places and sure enough, right opposite our hostel was a lovely man with some shiny blue mopeds for rent. The tutorial was brief to say the least, and as I am more than 3 years older, with a lot more driving experience we (Ciara) decided that it would be best if I drive.. To begin with at least. I learnt a few things ...
... get on the local buses! We paid 65 baht each for the 1.5 hour scenic journey. We spotted a sign and made our way to the front of the bus. It didn't look right. It looked more like a military camp, with guards in uniform stood next to a gate. He directed us to where we needed to go and 10 minutes later we were at the Hellfire Pass Memorial Museum. It was free to enter and was very informative. The Australian Government have funded the museum and cleared part of the trail ...
... pool times at 3am and froze our ***** off! The rest of the weekend had to be spent with damp, discoloured underwear but it was such a hilarious, memorable night! Yessssssssssoi!! ;)
Saturday was so so chilled! Who could ask for more than a mango lassi by the pool, splashing around, sunbathing and reading followed by a beaut full body, oil massage?! It was the first massage I’ve ever had and oh my goodness, so incredibly relaxing. ...