Pung Waan Resort and Spa Hotel Kanchanaburi
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... 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 ...
... go for a swim. We decided to get the bus there at 13:30- thinking it was just up the road however turns out it is an hour and half away and the last bus to come back was at 16:00 so we ended up paying 800bart (£16) to sit in a bus for 3 hours, looking at the smallest part of the waterfall and swimming for 10mins - oh well you live, you learn + I suppose I can still say I have swam in a waterfall. Today (8th June) we are travelling to Chiang Mai. As I ...
... for later bridge construction. This was not realised until after the war was over.
Thailand signed Treaty with Japs, and later declared war on GB and USA. There were no Thai laborers on railway.
80% of deaths Burmese and Tamils from Malaya.
We visited museum with Research Centre and I found out Dad didn't work at Hellfire Pass, but at Hintok Cutting nearby. Each day ...
... at the top of these elephants were far more comfortable than the ones we rode in Kanchanaburi city and we settled in for our jungle trek on Nellie the Ellie (Edd named him. Original, I know).
We seemed to follow the river up stream and our driver climbed off, instructing one of us to get on Nellie's neck. Edd had already done this part, so said I should ride on the neck this time. His skin felt like rough grouting and he had hard hairs ...
... there was a spirit house between the trees with a ginger cat sleeping underneath it.
We continued to walk to a rock face, where a cave with a small entrance was located at the bottom. Tom then led us up to an area where you could walk up the rock face and even though it was quite steep, you could do it without it getting too complicated. 40 meters up, we came to a larger cave and Tom explained that this was where the Japanese stored their ...