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... Prefers to live in Kanchanaburi and only goes to Bangkok when he needs to. Doesn't like big cities, go figure. Wood fire pizza's all round and they were divine. Margarita, Four Seasons and Hawaiian all on crispy bases with great flavour and washed down with Singha beer and white wine from South Africa. We finally decided we should wander back to our hotel, with Mum and Dad retiring for a snooze, while Phil, Philip and I wandered to the 7-11 ...
... and not take sandwiches, how you going to make friends). We then wandered off to watch the Ellie's have a bath. We went off to make some sticky rice for the older Ellie's who can't chew anymore. You mix the rice with bananas and vitamins and roll them in to the size of tennis balls. We then headed up to lunch, this was really nice. B really enjoyed the pork which even came with crackling. After this it was time to hop aboard the taxi and head to the ...
... WWII, while they were building the Death Railway. He said the Thai government were convinced many years later that the Japanese had left gold in the caves and used dynamite in an effort to find secret, forgotten treasures. They found nothing, but their efforts were still visible. It smelt like musty old trainers and there was bat pooh on the floor. We walked down one of the two entrances and could see hooks and screws in the ceiling: old, rusted and long ...
... 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 ...
... Haskell and other bit and pieces.
Adjacent to that is a memorial to the Medical staff on the railway.
On the hill is a former locomotive with rice cars the men would have traveled in up to these parts. Down the hill is the Jack Chalker Gallery - reproductions of some of his war time collection that show tropical ulcers, camp life, hospital scenes etc in vivid detail.