Pung Waan Resort and Spa Hotel Kanchanaburi
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... to visit the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre. More harrowing depictions of what the POWs went through and the awful conditions in which they lived. We then walked round the manicured grounds of the cemetery, maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. Over 7000 Commonwealth and Dutch soldiers are buried here after their bodies were recovered from their track-side graves. A really moving, and harrowing day; not sure how much Lara understood of ...
... that was hard. Walking the grave yard had me in tears.
As you walk the stones read 23 years old, 19 yrs old, 34 yrs old 21 yrs old
and on and on and on. So many lives cut short, in such a brutal, tortured way.
We had to leave, it was just so heart breaking.
Many were prisoners for up to 3 to 4 years.
Tomorrow, we are taking the train on the ...
... to papaya salad from yesterday but we had chicken and fries too. We were having a party tonight as there are too many people to go on the bus to Kanchanaburi. We paid 200 baht each and there was loads of beer, wine, whisky etc! It was a really good night and we all got up and sang kareoke which was hilarious! I walked back with ollie's about 11:30pm which is fun in pitch black when the other person is drunk lol!
Total Budget - 400!
Drink - 400
... with the Ostriches. We then got on the little motorbike with a side car and went to feed the deer, Jesus they are lethal. They crowded round our little cart jumping up and trying to steal all the bananas! In the next open safari type pen, they actually tried to jump on us whilst me and Charlotte screamed and Salapong laughed! Unfortunately we had to then clean out 8 giraffe cages and 1 Ostrich cage full of sh*t! It actually took until 12pm! My back was killing, Charlotte had ...
... was. It was then, for reasons still unknown to me, that he swiftly pulled a paperback from a large bunch of books and shoved it rather too close to my face. It was a copy of the novel and I was trying to listen to what Keith was saying, but I was transfixed that somehow, someone - had superimposed his photo onto the cover in between Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman. He thought it was completely normal - I didn't - so I said, "Bye Keith" and did an Alan Partridge-esque escape similar ...