Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
... from Britain, Australia and the Netherlands and huge numbers of Asian labourers. Due to the crippling heat, monsoon rains and extremely poor conditions such as severe lack of food and hygiene huge swathes of those brought over to build the railway by the Japanese did not survive the ordeal. What bought this home to us even more was a trip to hellfire pass. The was considered perhaps the hardest section of the ...
... I am in good hands, the activities are in a beautiful country, and there's a never ending amount of captivating knowledge for me to explore. I've never wanted to explore and learn so much. Favorite thing so far has been swimming in the waterfall pools with the fish. Those pools are clear, shaded and scream exotic ...
... print outs of family members and friends who were in the cemetery.
We were going to visit the Bridge Over the River Kwai (BRK) but the day was fast getting away from us and we are all fairly knackered. So we can tack on the BRK tomorrow as it is a shorter day without the 2 hours of bus travel.
Checked into the Felix Hotel and I’m glad from first impressions I convinced ...
... our friend asked of us was that we would not contact his airport company for whom he worked because just like the "hired tour guides" he was supposed to refer all future trips with them, so no free-lancing allowed.
As I said before, our association with him couldn't have been better especially since it was built on trust and intuition. He became more than a driver, he became our ...
... they were contracted to be on exhibition during a world tour and eventually P.T. Barnum's circus. Long story short, they eventually settled in North Carolina, bought a plantation and slaves, changed their name to Bunker and married two sisters. They had 21 children, eventually dying in January 1874. Due their fame, the term “Siamese Twins” became the synonym for conjoined twins. The earliest known names ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking