Mida Resort Kanchanaburi
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... scream, in turn, scared me silly. We giggled a long while over that experience.
Back to the car and on the road. We stopped at the elephant park, where they do trekking and bathing with the elephants. We didn't trek, but did feed the babies lots of bananas. And we got many elephant kisses (photos). Back in Kanchanaburi we walked down the road to say goodbye to our friends. ...
... them, and they'd scurry away, but only about a foot or two, then they'd swim right back at you. We didn't swim that much, but we did stop at each of the pools on the way down to wade around and take some pictures. These waterfalls were pretty cool. Part of the tour included lunch at one of the food stalls at the bottom of the waterfall. I had some delicious fried rice, and Aurea had a mango shake and some stir fried noodles. On the way back, ...
... 8216;As the trails went on it became obvious just how much bunkum all of the bushido
code had been. The so-called ‘Way of the Warrior’ precluded capture yet so many of these
ring leaders had been captured – the shame that to them had made us so despicable now
seem bearable and certainly preferable to the ordained hara-kiri. Happy among the 256
Japanese War Criminals to be ...
... waterfalls. We climbed up to four of the seven falls. For those familiar with Huntington Lake, Ca these falls reminded us of the Indian tide pools on a grander scale.
Lunch again at lucky number 6 road side kiosk. About an half an hour later we arrived at Nam Tok, the location of the Hellfire Pass War Memorial and Museum, part of the 415 Km railroad to Burma on ...
... War Cemetery, the main POW cemetery for victims of the Burma Railway construction. There are 6,982 former POWs buried there of mostly Australian, British and Dutch nationality. What a beautifully maintained cemetery for such a cruel and harsh ending of lives.
Bridge 277, otherwise knows as the bridge over the River Kwai, was actually built over a stretch of river known as Mae Klong who's name was ...