Thai Garden Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I went to Kanchanaburi this weekend and it completely exceeded my expectations, it is such a cool little place.
On saturday we went to the Erawan Waterfalls in Erawan National Park. It cost only 200 baht to get in and was a whole days entertainment. Erawan National Park is a 550 square kilometre national park about 40 minutes from …
... earlier, we had not seen a single Thai person smoke; either they only did so in private, the ones we saw could not afford it, or it was not really the done thing in their Buddhist culture. We haven't figure out which of the above is the answer, but we will get to the bottom of the mystery.
1 hour later we were at Erawan National Park in Kanchanaburi Province; we had until 12.30pm to walk up to the 7 waterfalls if we wanted, or just hang out at any ...
They also travel with 2 dogs, who need their own passports, to prove they have been vaccinated for rabies, dog flus etc.
The French folk had a beautiful position right on the banks of the River Kwai, overlooking the bridge, so on our way back to our Robinsons shopping centre car park, we decided to join them, there was plenty of room for all.
When we drove around, we noticed the French families were gone, ...
... of these were Gogo bars and the patrons were middle to old aged western men and young Thai women plus the occasional lady boy. It was a great place to sit and people watch and we whiled away the evening watching the goings on from a little street bar made from a shed, selling shots for 10B (20p)! Kanchanaburi is best known as the site of a Japanese operated WW2 prisoner of war camp, made famous by the film, The Bridge On the River Kwai. Part ...
... wanted to make a stand against what we thought was poor treatment. Let's move on from that though and go to the ride. We were rocking all over the place and holding on for dear life! We walked along a path parallel with the River Kwai and then, down some steps! We couldn't believe it, and couldn't grip any tighter. We got to the water and the elephant walked in, with us still on top. He (let's assume the elephant was a he) had a drink as we then posed for the lady, sat on the bank ...