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... and pack out by basketful put in ore wagons, and
Standing at the top of a look out and looking down at the little people in the bottom help
you realize just how large a task this project was.
Poignant, moving , seeing the drill marks, and a drill bit , drilled by hammer and punch type
tools to place dynamite then blown up, and all rock moved by hand.
Then on to a cave by a wooden trestle , The trestle ...
... to get home and no changing of buses of lots of stops and all we had to do was pay for petrol-definitely a win!! It was an amazing weekend and a little preview into what the October holidays have in store. I would go back to Kanchanaburi again without a doubt, such a lovely place and amazing people:) A successful first long weekend and luckily enough, we only have one full week in school and then the following Wednesday we have the day off for Mother's Day. A sneaky day trip may have to be ...
... went to the end at Nam Tok. The train ride takes you through bush alongside mountains and across the amazing Wang Pho Viaduct, a wooden lattice structure built by POW’s on the side of a steep cliff over the banks of the River Kwai, this section of the Death Railway offers some of the most spectacular views of the river Kwai. The scenery for the whole 2 hours was remarkable. It was a great ...
Today we started off with a lovely breakfast on the deck of the resort. By 8:15 we left to visit Erawan Waterfalls, about an hour drive from Kanchanaburi. There were seven waterfalls along a hiking path. We stopped at the second one for a swim and fish nibbled on our fingers and toes. We then hiked up to the fifth waterfall to swim. Then back down to the fourth waterfall ...
... and hiding under a big umbrella, held up by a sleeping Buddha with gold lips (someone had fun with gold nail polish one night).
For dinner, we meandered back to the bus station (minus the turtle packs) and ordered Pad Thai with calamari, from a street vendor in the night market. It was absolutely delicious until I got a mouthful of little bones. Knowing full well that squid did not have miniature bones, I spat my food into a ...