River Kwai Village Hotel
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... on the floor. We got out and had a great breakfast under a patio in the tropic rain. The rain provided a slight breeze. I loved it. We are very near the Burmese border and headed for that. The bridge over the River Kwai [pronounce: kweê, which would translate to "water". Yep: "River of Water", which sounds far less exotic] is actually quite small. It's building took 17 months. The effective use till the British bombed it was 21 months. Thousands of POW's lost their lives, but also ...
Got up at six to go to town for the monk processional. Monks can only eat what they are given and it is good luck to feed a monk. Note the men in our group wearing their longyis...Burmese dress for men. One student picked out a female longyi and so the locals were ...
... We had read about some beautiful waterfalls about an hour and a half drive out of kanchanaburi so rather than booking an overly expensive "tour," (we have discovered that tours in Asia are not tours but more like expensive taxi's) we would make our own way there..... Anyway, we missed the bus and ended up paying for a taxi to take us! It was worth every penny though as you will see we got some lovely photos. Shelly is still angry at me though, because I like to take ...
... forceful jet of water was sprayed all over them with a hose by the temple's staff! We had junior to take care of, to shampoo and massage its wet frame into a frothy white mass of bubbles.
Never did junior complained or showed any signs of dislike. I must have done a good job because I’m still here today telling you the story and ...
... early in the morning and not rush hour.
We had more than a two hour drive ahead of us; we were leaving behind Bangkok, the city of lights and heading west to the Saiyok district of Thailand in Kanchanabury province not far from the border with Myanmar! All unfamiliar places to me if you really want to know but I was soon about ...