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... as I was splashing around in the river, I felt very lucky to be here now… not seventy odd years ago.
That night, after dinner, we visited the Mon Theatre for our first taste of real traditional Thai dancing - although actually it was the Mon people - as different from the Thais as the Irish are from the English, except the Mon were actively exterminated in huge number by the Burmese after the independence of Burma in 1948. Their music is … ...
... would place a sick prisoner on top of the trolley box – underneath him was a half-tonne of jagged rock. Get other POWs to push it over the side. They would belly laugh at the sight of the deceased some 20m below.
We visited the sites of:
• The trestle bridges,
• The 7 m Embankment,
• The Three Tier Bridge,
• Hintok Cutting,
All up about a 2.5 km walk from HFP. Can no longer access Pack of ...
... The cubs are lured around with broom sticks that have plastic bags attached to them and they react to these toys similar to how house cats react to strings or laser lights. It was amazing to see them jumping around and being so playful with each other. The adult tigers are given the same opportunity to play each afternoon, but the tourists need to stand in cages while this happens. The tigers are used to humans and would not ...
... was not that easy. However we had a swim before our next destination, another amazing temple, once again at the top of a mountain (my legs were ready to give up by this stage) and from here we watched the sunset before returning to our raft house for the amazing dinner we had prepared for us. I think I will be very ready for sleep tonight and I'm hoping I can still walk ...
... shocked and disappointed to see a man, his wife, their 2 small kids, and their grandma sleeping in 2 of the beds!! They were very polite and nice, but I was just not expecting to share a dorm with a family of 5. But once I shed my disappointment and decided to make the most of the situation, I actually had very interesting discussions with the man who turned out to be half Thai/Japanese and was fluent in English and Japanese. We spoke in length about ...