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... guy with the website that does railway tours?" Mick was impressed the old Colonel and I were mates – LOL.
A few photos at the Cross of Sacrifice with the wreaths with a couple of private visits of our clients to special lads and we went and checked out the TBRC next door.
A look about and some souvenir purchases and we left saying good bye to the KWC lads. Like the Thai’s say: Pop Gun Mai – See you again.
... Kipling’s verse.
We visit several soldiers of the 1,740 men (and one woman) buried in the cemetery; we visit a 22 year old who died from Diphtheria; his brother survived the war and wrote a poem about him – so we visited his grave and Scott James read the poem at the young Private’s grave. The brothers joined up together from the same recruiter’s office and had sequential service numbers.
Our next lads are the ...
... you could get a bus from Kanchanaburi so thought we might have to go back to Bangkok. They have 2 buses a day, one in the morning and the overnight bus and you just buy a ticket from the bus terminal the day before. Charlotte seemed to think the bus went to Bangkok first then Chiang Mai but I was sure we just went direct to Chiang Mai.
Today's Budget 1,210!
Breakfast - 80
Lunch - 180
Dinner - 150
Food from Tesco - 200
Bus to Chiang Mai - 600
... t mind doing as the food was so good. However, we were beyond mad when the staff ignored us (after we had been queuing for about 15 minutes) and led and seated a local couple who had just walked in- fumin' we were, those *******s! We swiftly left after throwing our menus on to a nearby table in disgust and headed elsewhere where Hannah had the biggest glass of wine of her life!
... speculation in my opinion and no one knows for sure. However, I do agree that those bombs saved years of fighting and saved many lives after. - People might praise Harry Truman (The USA president at that time) for ultimately signing the OK to drop the atom bomb on Japan and ending WWII but it was really Albert Einstein who invented the technology and was part of the Manhattan Project. He and his colleagues knew what they had created and believed it would to be used for peace. ...