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Travel Blogs from Kanchanaburi
After yesterday, we really got to know Pooney as he told us about his home by the farm with his family, and we told him about life in CA. The floating markets were two hours away from us, so there was plenty of time to talk. I asked him if its hard for him to get people on his Tuk Tuk. He said there are so many taxi cars, motorcycle taxis, and Tuk …
We visited here today after a long train journey but it was worth the trip when walking across the well known bridge from the film I have seen over and over thanks to dad. The train only cost 100 baht each for the 2 hour journey,wish it was like that back home. Went for some dinner and some Chang and now watching the fa cup in our room at 12am
... It's just cold water but the pressure is very good, plus we have a nice wee veranda which would be lovely to sit on if it wasn't for all the mosquitoes! Ally noticed a train of ants coming through the front door and up the bathroom wall and so the lady promptly returned with spray which seemed to do the trick. By now it was heading for 12 noon and it was time we cracked on with our day!
As we walked down our street towards the Thailand-Burma Railway Museum we were very excited ...
Ban Tatoom School. Our home for the next 6 weeks. Nearest town: 15km. Nearest food: 15km. Nearest TEFL buddies: 15km. Albeit set amongst some truly stunning scenery, you really can not
describe our school's setting as anything but incredibly rural. Upon arrival to our school on Monday, I think it goes without saying that both Holly and I were immediately unsettled at the
prospect of living in such a set-up. We were greeted off our mini-bus by ...
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1. The bodies lay higgledy-piggledy under the bridge.
2. England was pushed into the sea by Dunkirk.
3. Between 1939 and 1945 Churchill had a spat with Germany.
It was then onto the bridge which was much better. You could walk the length of it and there were platforms off to each side which you could jump onto if a train came. There were a lot of missing nuts and bolts though, but it's stood since being rebuilt in 1945 after an American ...