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... for an elephant :(((. The veterinarian who runs the sanctuary is convinced that she wil be able to make a full recovery. Many elephants were suffering from longterm abuse,starvation and malnutrition when they were rescued...they are now thriving in their new loving habitat. Incredible!!
Next we move on to the "sticky rice" portion of the day. We are all given cleavers and asked to start chopping sweet ...
... It had a 7 tier waterfall and you could trek all the way to the top and swim at each level. My goodness it was hard work but it was absolutely gorgeous, the falls were full of those fish that nibble your feet, I've never seen them so big! After a spot of lunch it was onto the serious stuff, the part I had been looking forward to most and the reason most people visit this part of Thailand, The death railway and hellfire pass. We got off the bus at the ...
... on the bus and headed to the cemetery.
Kanchanaburi War Cemetery - Service
Entered via a metal detector and we dropped off our wreaths in the queue to be placed on the Cross of Sacrifice.
We sat in the Pommy area of the cemetery to the right of the Cross.
The service got under way and was similar in fashion to the HFP service – Susan liked this service better. I did ...
... until finally put out of commission in 1945. The bridge we walked was the repaired original bridge.
Our last stop and in time for happy hour was the Hintok River Camp, serenely located along the River Kwai. The buffet dinner was served under the stars, complete with camp fire and tiki lights. Our large tented room was fully air conditioned with the toilet and shower being through the back zippered flap of the tent. ...
... ahead of an early start the next day! The second day was filled with visiting another waterfall, the Erawan Waterfall at the Erawan national park. It's considered one of the most beautiful in western thailand. It had seven stages and was very nice but we have seen a lot of waterfalls on our travels and right now we are pretty exhausted so we only walked to stage 5. We turned around and headed back to the swimming pools at various stages of the ...