Banrimkwae Paerimnam Resort
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... time wandering up and down, horrified by the young age of the majority of the POW's who had died!
The next day we had booked a day trip. It started with a stop at Erawan Waterfalls. It was a 1 hour climb to the top of the 7th step and the freezing water was well appreciated. Next we went to Hell Fire Pass. There was another exhibition here focusing on the Death Railway. We listened to an audio tour as we walked along the track that the POW’s had ...
... bridge knowing so many people had unwillingly given their lives under the force of the Japanese Empire and the brutality they employed.
The bridge is surprisingly intact. There was an earlier bamboo bridge that was built in February 1943 that no longer exists and the current steel bridge that was finished in June 1943. Two sections were replaced and it was rebuilt in 1945 following an allied bombing raid that destroyed those sections along with many lives. The Japanese ...
... some time before telling us no. We were beginning to think we would miss the train even though we had left ample time to get to the station. Finally, one particular taxi driver looked at the map for a good 3 minutes. We were impatient, but getting excited, until he told us he couldn't do it. We were so confused! Yes, this train station is on the other side of the river, but it isn't that far from popular tourist destinations and on the map there are clearly bridges to get ...
... this most famous of bridges. There are regular safety platforms which were crammed with people watching us go by. All too soon we are over the bridge and up to our top speed of about 30 km per hour, although the sound the train makes you would think she was going an awful lot faster. Just as on the trip up there are five or so scheduled stops and a variable number of unscheduled ones. If there is someone at a station, the driver stops for them a perfect ...
... This was tied around the huge animal with ropes. It looked solid enough for me not to worry about falling down! Hehehe!
A young Thai mahout sat in front of us this being on the back of the big elephant’s head and directed the huge animal while we bounced from side to side as he walked on a sandy path.
The sky was a perfect ...