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I was asked to do the first student blog entry, and quite honestly I am loving every aspect of the trip. Despite the sweltering heat and humidity, Bangkok is full of city culture and Buddhist wonders. Everything is extremely interesting because it IS a class, but in some of the most scenic and and exotic places I could ...
... serene and hauntingly sad. Take a quick walk along the rows and you'll notice that all are men and most are aged in the mid 20's.
Back to the coach, air con on, the road starts disappearing behind us once again as we near our nights accommodation. We are poured from the coach and onto a rickety looking Thai longboat. Luggage follows and soon we are speeding along the River Kwai. It is a fast flowing waterway banked by thick lush rainforest. Every now and ...
... walk is made hard by the heat, but the route is not particularly challenging. Had we not been limited by time we would of completed a 5km circuit which includes The Pack of Cards Bridge (So called after its third collapse) and Hintok station. Our Sonthaew driver was waiting diligently in the car park and we returned for the last train to Kanchanaburi. The wind was picking up and we saw to the left of the carriage a rainbow, and the right, Mordor. Then the ...
... at the Sai Yok Noi waterfall and we were headed back to our camp. A few stops along the way included an encounter with a cassava harvester, a basket weaver and a trek through some rubber trees.
Then it was back to the river for a great happy hour along the River Kwai. I could have stayed on that platform for days on end. So peaceful, serene and the best company in the world!
... as there are rumours that the tigers are sedated. Unfortunately, I don't think these reviews are wrong. We first entered 'the canyon' where around 10 tigers were lay chained up (some were not). A member if staff took us around 3-4 tigers while another took photos. The area was rammed with people and yet no tigers seemed bothered (strange)! And the keepers were making them move into the desired place for ...