Mida Resort Kanchanaburi
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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It was especially dramatic to get our first view of the famous 'Bridge over the River Kwai' from the boat and by passing under the bridge itself.
After walking over the bridge we went to see the war museum. There was great history and information about the building of the bridge. Much of it made us cry - we were especially affected by the optimism - ...
... activity. We don't want to move on- we could just stay here all day...but we follow the group.
We are led to the river.... On our walk to the river there are elephants everywhere, walking on their own , some with their "Mahouts" (handlers)... Some eating the leaves from a tree....it's a much larger property the we thought and the elephants seem quite happy. We watch some of the elephants enjoy themselves at ...
... though. Had a beer with it, the bottle never seemed to end. My dinner, big bottle of beer and a soda water were about 5$. My hotel is close to the river. It's quite the gong show of these barges going by with loud music and lots of young drunks aboard. Did all those soldiers die for this. Oh well, changing times I guess. But I guess everybody's idea of a holiday is different. I tend to prefer the quieter spots. In Nakhon Pathom, I didn't see hardly any ...
... 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 ...
... water is so prevalent in this area, water transport played an important role in daily life, including the sale of products. The floating markets operating today are mostly for tourists and a notable one is the Damnoen Saduak in Ratchaburi. You can still witness the old traditional way of selling fruits, vegetables and cooked meals, all from a small floating boat.
Another stop on our journey was at ...