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... 163;4! We bought a bowl of local fruit which we munched our way through including Pomelo, Pineapple, Papaya, Banana, Mango, Dragonfruit and Starfruit before heading back on the bus towards Kanchanaburi. Here we visited and walked over the 'bridge over the river Kwai' built by mainly British and Dutch prisoners of war in WW2. There was a small museum and just outside the town a cemetery and memorial for the people that died building the bridge in such a short space of time as ...
... and dryness, but of wheat! The cash crops of cabbage and root vegetables are also grown. We traversed through farmers' field often exchanging Namestes with the entire family. The Nepalese children are once friendly and shy. At the base of each valley, before ascending to the next passes we crossed a river in each. Some were Long reinforced steel suspension bridges whilst others were bamboo logs lashed together with rocks or other wood to fill gaps. Over the ...
Today was the supposed final day of our tour, breakfast that was not included in the price. Thankfully we saw Mick, Di and Gemini there before their half day tour started. We said goodbye to Mick because their tour was supposed to finish away from the hotel and he was leaving for the airport mid afternoon. Gemini came back and said it would finish at the hotel, so we arranged to meet them here. After breakfast we packed our bags in preparation ...
... before mounting a longboat with a group of people to travel down the river back to the trip minibus. On arrival back at Khao San Road I decided to treat myself to a traditional Thai massage. So off I went to one of the multiple shops along the road and payed for a massage at a shop with the most comfortable looking beds. At first when the little Thai lady led me up some narrow stairs at the back of the shop to a dimly lit room above the shop I thought to myself I ...
... and statues.
We stopped off at the Queen Sirikit textile museum which was quite interesting and had the added bonus of being air-conditioned.
Following the Grand Palace, we took a tuk-tuk ride to Wat Pho to see the reclining Buddha.
After that, we went back to the hotel to cool off and jump in the pool.
Feeling cooler and refreshed, we reflected on the day and decided that our only regret was not going to see Patpong Road. ...